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Harry Hennem joins Wick Academy on loan from Inverness Caledonian Thistle


By John Davidson

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Harry Hennem (right) playing for Brora against Nairn Country in the Highland League earlier this year. Picture: James Mackenzie
Harry Hennem (right) playing for Brora against Nairn Country in the Highland League earlier this year. Picture: James Mackenzie

Wick Academy's new loan signing Harry Hennem will go straight into the squad for today's Highland League game at Fraserburgh.

The club announced the deal to bring the Inverness Caledonian Thistle youngster to Caithness yesterday evening.

The 18-year-old already has Highland League experience with Brora Rangers and Wick manager Gary Manson is delighted to have snapped him up.

He said: "Getting Harry in is a brilliant bit of business for the club. There were other Highland League teams in for him so for ICT and Harry to choose to come to Wick is a great compliment to ourselves.

"Harry will add genuine quality to the squad and give us extra competition for places in the final third of the pitch. He's technically very good and quite versatile in that he can play in behind the striker, wide or as an attacking central midfielder.

"I'm really looking forward to working with him and hopefully the loan deal benefits all parties involved."


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