Harriers make double capture

Two new arrivals at Aggborough Stadium…

Harry Flowers and Kwame Thomas

Mark Yates has today landed a double addition to his Harriers squad with the capture of a striker and defender on loan.

The boss has raided former club Solihull Moors for towering defender Harry Flowers and forward Kwame Thomas.

The pair have signed on loan at Aggborough until the end of the current season.

22-year-old Flowers has plenty of non-league experience; he was snapped up by Burnley while playing for Brocton and was part of the Clarets squad that played at Aggborough in pre-season 2017.

Guiseley paid a fee for Flowers’ services after a successful loan spell there, before moving to Solihull where he played a big part in the Moors’ dramatic survival in the National League under Yates last term.

Thomas, meanwhile, is another big arrival at 6ft 2, a 23-year-old who is a former England U20 international.

Thomas came through the ranks at Derby County and has EFL experience Notts County, Blackpool and Coventry City.

He joined Sutton United on loan before a similar spell with Moors was made permanent in 2018.

Both players are available for Saturday’s game against Spennymoor at Aggborough, kick-off 3pm.

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