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Pair of Magpies Become Loan Hatters
Pair of Magpies Become Loan Hatters
Vanarama National League club Stockport County have announced the signing of Elliot Newby and Harry Cardwell on loan from National League North side Chorley until the end of the season.
Tuesday 23 February 21 I 10:48:58 I Photo by

The opportunity to make these signings has come as a result of the unfortunate circumstances in the National League North and South, after the 2020/21 season was declared null and void last week.

 

Attacking midfielder Newby, 25, began his career as a youth player at Bolton Wanderers, before joining Barrow AFC in 2016.

 

After successful spells at Altrincham and AFC Telford United, Newby made the move to Chorley in the summer of 2018, playing a key role in the Magpies promotion to the National League via the play-offs in his first season.

 

Whilst Chorley were unable to retain their place in the division last season Newby continued to impress, scoring against County in a 3-0 win at Victory Park.

 

In a season disrupted by postponements in the National League North, the midfielder still has 5 goals to his name so far this campaign, scoring in his last two games of the season to help Chorley finish their now voided season in a play-off place.

 

He is joined at County by 24-year-old Scottish striker Harry Cardwell.

 

The former Grimsby Town forward joined Chorley permanently in the summer, having had a loan spell at the club in January 2020.

 

Cardwell (pictured), who has one cap for Scotland under-21s, has previously spent time in Reading and Brighton & Hove Albion’s academy before a three-year spell with Grimsby in the Football League.

 

Both players impressed during Chorley’s recent run to the Fourth Round of the Emirates FA Cup, each of them finding the net in the Magpies’ 3-2 win away at SkyBet League One Wigan Athletic in the First Round.

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Pair of Magpies Become Loan Hatters
Pair of Magpies Become Loan Hatters
Tuesday 23 February 21 I 10:48:58
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The opportunity to make these signings has come as a result of the unfortunate circumstances in the National League North and South, after the 2020/21 season was declared null and void last week.

 

Attacking midfielder Newby, 25, began his career as a youth player at Bolton Wanderers, before joining Barrow AFC in 2016.

 

After successful spells at Altrincham and AFC Telford United, Newby made the move to Chorley in the summer of 2018, playing a key role in the Magpies promotion to the National League via the play-offs in his first season.

 

Whilst Chorley were unable to retain their place in the division last season Newby continued to impress, scoring against County in a 3-0 win at Victory Park.

 

In a season disrupted by postponements in the National League North, the midfielder still has 5 goals to his name so far this campaign, scoring in his last two games of the season to help Chorley finish their now voided season in a play-off place.

 

He is joined at County by 24-year-old Scottish striker Harry Cardwell.

 

The former Grimsby Town forward joined Chorley permanently in the summer, having had a loan spell at the club in January 2020.

 

Cardwell (pictured), who has one cap for Scotland under-21s, has previously spent time in Reading and Brighton & Hove Albion’s academy before a three-year spell with Grimsby in the Football League.

 

Both players impressed during Chorley’s recent run to the Fourth Round of the Emirates FA Cup, each of them finding the net in the Magpies’ 3-2 win away at SkyBet League One Wigan Athletic in the First Round.

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