Blue Square Bet
Published 20th June 2012
Pilkington, 22, has a tremendous amount of experience having played regularly in both the Football League and non-League.
After coming through the ranks at a number of sides local to his Blackburn roots, including Atherton Collieries, Kendal Town and Chorley, Pilkington was spotted by Stockport County and signed for the Hatters in 2008.
While there he featured extensively for County in League One, along with then team-mate and current Harrier James Vincent.
His stay at Edgeley Park came to an end in 2011 with Pilkington then spending time with Chesterfield before dropping back into the non-League scene by joining York City last summer.
He made more than twenty appearances for the eventual Conference Premier Promotion Play-Off winners.
His stay with Gary Mills' outfit came to an end at the conclusion of last term, leaving Pilkington a free agent and able to sign for Harriers.
The versatile winger, who can play on either flank, has penned a one-year deal at Aggborough.