Striker Marcus Day has been sent out on loan again by Harrogate Town, this time to Evo-Stik League North neighbours Ossett Albion for a month.
Day made the breakthrough into Harrogate`s first-team last season after spells out on loan with local sides Wetherby Athletic and Harrogate Railway Athletic.
A first start came at AFC Fylde, where Day impressed enough to remain in Simon Weaver’s plans for the next game against Kidderminster Harriers.
Alongside a loan spell at Ossett Town, Day went on to make nineteen appearances during the 2016/17 season.
This season has seen him make a couple of Town appearances as well as further loan stints at Brighouse Town and league rivals Alfreton Town, for whom he started a couple of games just before Christmas.
The 20-year-old will be available for the Unicorn’s trip to Radcliffe Borough on Saturday.
NEWS | Marcus Day has joined @OssettAlbion on a one-month loan deal
The 20-year-old striker will be available for the Unicorn's NPL D1N trip to Radcliffe Borough on Saturday
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