Craig Radcliffe has rejoined Harrogate Railway three months after leaving the club to play at Skrill North outfit Barrow.
The former Harrogate Town man played on the left wing in Railway’s 2-1 defeat at Lancaster City on Saturday.
His return to Station View was a major boost for Rail’ boss Billy Miller, whose 12th-place side are working on a stricken budget in Evo-Stik First Division North.
Radcliffe started the season at Scarborough Athletic but soon left the Seadogs to join Railway.
The 24-year-old defender then agreed non-contract terms at Barrow in September but failed to nail down a starting spot.
Miller said: “To get Craig back in is phenomenal. He’s a very talented player.”
Railway entertain Darlington 1883 at Station View on Saturday (kick-off 3pm.
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