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Third Witton Return for Bakkor
Third Witton Return for Bakkor
Witton Albion have re-signed Scott Bakkor from Northern Premier League Premier Division rivals Stalybridge Celtic.
Thursday 21 May 20 I 18:01:10 I Photo by

The 25-year-old Warrington born striker joined Stalybridge from Skelmersdale United in June 2018.

 

Whilst with Skem he broke the record for the fastest hat-trick scored in the 50 years of the Northern Premier League, when he bagged three against Kendal Town in March 2018 to turn around a two-goal deficit and give Skelmersdale all three points in that match.

 

Before Skelmersdale, he was in his second stint at Warrington Town who he joined from Curzon Ashton.

 

He has also played for Colwyn Bay, Marine AFC (twice) and Witton twice before.

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Third Witton Return for Bakkor
Third Witton Return for Bakkor
Thursday 21 May 20 I 18:01:10
Photo by

The 25-year-old Warrington born striker joined Stalybridge from Skelmersdale United in June 2018.

 

Whilst with Skem he broke the record for the fastest hat-trick scored in the 50 years of the Northern Premier League, when he bagged three against Kendal Town in March 2018 to turn around a two-goal deficit and give Skelmersdale all three points in that match.

 

Before Skelmersdale, he was in his second stint at Warrington Town who he joined from Curzon Ashton.

 

He has also played for Colwyn Bay, Marine AFC (twice) and Witton twice before.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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