Cameron gregory | goalkeeper







Sutton Coldfield


6ft 4"


A giant young goalkeeper who joined the Pitmen on a short-term loan deal from Shrewsbury Town in October 2020

Sutton Coldfield-born and standing at 6ft 4", Gregory spent time at both Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers as a junior before joining Shrewsbury in 2015 as part of their under 15s side

After three years in the youth system at Greenhous Meadow, Gregory was handed his first professional contract by the Shrews in May 2018. At the start of the 2018-2019 campaign, he was loaned to Vanarama National League South side Chippenham Town, but was recalled a day later following a training ground injury to Shrewsbury's number two keeper Steve Arnold

The following month, Gregory did finally get his first taste of senior football as he was loaned to Southern Premier League Central strugglers Halesowen Town. He made ten appearances for the Yeltz during a turbulent period at the Grove as former Hednesford manager Rob Smith took over midway through Gregory's spell


In the summer of 2019, Gregory agreed a one-year extension to his professional deal with Shrewsbury and was loaned out to Vanarama National League North side Kidderminster Harriers in a deal that was due to run until January 2020. After thirteen appearances at Aggborough, Gregory's loan was ended as Shrewsbury recalled him following an injury to fellow stopper Max O'Leary

In March 2020, Gregory headed out on loan to BetVictor Northern Premier League side Nantwich Town on an initial month's loan deal, playing two games for the Dabbers before the season was brought to an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus pandemic later in the month

After a further contract extension with Shrewsbury in the summer of 2020, Gregory was loaned to the Pitmen on a short-term deal in October 2020 after regular stopper Andy Wycherley had suffered a trapped nerve in his shoulder, linking up with the club ahead of their home game against Stratford Town

* Denotes playing records removed after 2019-2020 season was voided due to coronavirus pandemic

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