Jamar joined Woking for a third time in late 2020 after the Cards paid King’s Lynn Town an undisclosed fee to regain his services. The exciting winger previously had two loan spells with the Cards, first making 14 appearances in the 2018/19 National League South promotion winning campaign, in which he also scored seven goals, before he made a further 27 appearances upon Woking’s return to the National League, scoring twice more. The enterprising winger signed an 18-month contract and enjoyed a successful start to life back as a Woking player, scoring three times in 16 appearances, including most notably the winning goal in the FA Trophy quarter-final against Torquay United.
A Jamaican international, he began his career with Norwich City, making six appearances for the Canaries, including one in the Premier League, and scored a memorable equaliser deep into stoppage time in a 2-2 draw with Huddersfield Town. He also spent time on loan with the likes of Coventry City, Leyton Orient, Southend United and Yeovil Town. He signed for Maidstone United in 2016, scoring 13 times in 75 appearances across three seasons, including a hat-trick against Woking at the Laithwaite Community Stadium in March 2017. After leaving the Stones he had short spells with Billericay Town and Chelmsford City, before signing for King’s Lynn at the start of the 2020/21 season. Once again, he did damage against the Cards, scoring twice in a 3-2 win for the Linnets, before manager Alan Dowson finally got his man on a permanent basis a couple of months later.