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HARRY BOWER | MIDFIELD

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Shrewsbury
1.3.2001
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@harrybower01

PLAYER BIO

Pacy young winger who joined the Pitmen in June 2023 after a spell at Macclesfield

Wem-based Bower started his career at local side The New Saints, coming through the Park Hall Road youth system to sign a deal with the club in July 2018. Prior to this, the teenager had been called up by England ECFA to play for the college side in a tournament in Italy in February 2018. Two seasons at TNS saw him make a handful of appearances for the all-conquering Saints until the 2019-2020 season was brought to a sudden halt due to covid in April 2020

In July 2020, he made the short trip across Shropshire to sign for AFC Telford United as one of three young prospects to sign for the Bucks ahead of the season. However, the season was once again hit due to covid before Bower could make his mark as the campaign was wrapped up before Christmas 2021

2021-2022 saw Bower loaned to Southern Premier League Central side Barwell for an extended spell, making twenty-one appearances for the Leicestershire side and scoring four times. Later in the season, he was loaned to Northern Premier League West side Witton Albion for the final month of the season

Ambitious North West Counties League giants Macclesfield was Bower's next move in July 2022, signing an initial one-year deal with the Silkmen with the option of a second year. After a handful of appearances early on in the campaign, Bower was loaned to Southern Premier League Central outfit Alvechurch in November 2022 for a month, making his debut in Church's F.A. Cup replay defeat to Forest Green Rovers

In December 2022, Bower returned to Cheshire and was loaned to Northern Premier League West side 1874 Northwich, where he played most of the second half of the season as the Greens finished in fourteenth place at the end of the season

With Macclesfield showing no signs of taking up their option for the second year, the Pitmen came in to take the youngster to Keys Park in June 2023 ahead of their inaugural Northern Premier League West campaign

 

* Denotes playing records removed after 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons were voided due to coronavirus pandemic

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