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Former King's Lynn Town players sign for Stamford AFC and Dereham Town respectively




Two former King's Lynn Town players have fixed themselves up with new clubs.

Striker Harry Limb has signed for Stamford AFC while attacking midfielder Natty Stewart has put pen-to-paper for Dereham Town.

Limb, 20, joined the Northern Premier League Division One South East outfit after finding his opportunities limited at The Walks.

Harry Limb. Photo: Dan Allen (27998477)
Harry Limb. Photo: Dan Allen (27998477)

The young frontman made his Daniels debut as a second half substitute in the 2-0 home victory over Kidsgrove Athletic following his release from the Linnets last week.

The former Burnley youngster – who started his career with Boston United – made an immediate impact by setting up the Stamford's second goal for Cosmos Matwasa last weekend.

On signing Limb following his release from the National League North leaders, Daniels boss Graham Drury told the Stamford Mercury: “Signing Harry came out of the blue really.

"He's mates with Harry Vince and, after he had been released by King's Lynn, I just wanted him to come and look at a training session.

"It was a really buoyant fast-paced session with a lot of football and Harry really enjoyed it.

"He's turned down some big offers to come here from clubs higher up than us.

"But he's looking forward to the challenge. We sold the club to him about what we're trying to do. He wants to use it as a platform to help us win promotion.

“He's a good finisher as well and it's a really good signing at a key time.

"It also keeps the rest of the boys on their toes because I can't let complacency set in at this stage of the season.”

Nathan Stewart. (13824389)
Nathan Stewart. (13824389)

Natty Stewart, who was released at the same as Limb, has joined Dereham Town in the Isthmian League North Division.

Limb made nine starts and 13 appearances from the bench, scoring two goals, while Nathan Stewart made three starts and six substitute appearances, also finding the back of the net twice.


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