Leyton Orient have announced that defender Jamie Sendles-White has left the Vanarama National League club by mutual consent.
The 23-year-old agreed a one-year deal at the Matchroom Stadium in August 2017 following a successful trial.
Born in Kingston-upon-Thames, Sendles-White signed his first professional contract with Queens Park Rangers in January 2012, having first joined the R’s as a 15-year-old.
The defender spent a period on loan at Colchester United at the start of the 2013/14 season, though failed to make an appearance at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Sendles-White then made his professional debut a year later on loan at Mansfield Town, and whilst with at the Stags, he made a total of eight appearances.
After departing QPR at the end of the 2014/15 season, Sendles-White then made the switch to Scotland and signed for Hamilton Academical.
He made a total of seven appearances during six months at New Douglas Park before agreeing to terminate his contract in January 2016.
A month later saw the Northern Ireland Youth international sign for Swindon Town, putting pen-to-paper on a deal until the end of the season.
Having impressed during the latter half of the 2015/16 campaign, the defender then agreed a new one-year deal with the Robins, although he missed the majority of last season after suffering a knee injury in September 2016.
In November, Sendles-White was reminded of his roles and responsibilities of being a professional footballer at Leyton Orient Football Club.
This came following an incident which took place after the full-time whistle of the fixture at Ebbsfleet United between the player and a few supporters.
As a result, the defender received a written warning as well as being instructed to represent Leyton Orient at their next four community events to remind him of the values of the club.
Sendles-White made fifteen appearances during his time at the Matchroom Stadium, although his last was back in November 21st against Chester FC.
I’m gutted things didn’t work out at @leytonorientfc sorry that the club and fans didn’t get to see the best of me. I’d like to thank Ross and Lingy for the opportunity. They stood by me after my injury and I’ll be forever greatful of that….pt1
— Jamie Sendles White (@j_sendles_white) March 1, 2018