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Mitch Bryant

Position : Forward

After playing a largely supporting role in his first season with the club in 2017-18, Mitch was tipped by manager Michael Ellison to make a bigger impact in 2018-19.

However, a back injury sustained just two games into the season cut short the player's efforts to establish a regular place. In mid-October 2018, he left the club to join Glossop after making 30 appearances, overall, including 10 starts, and scoring six Runcorn goals.

He rejoined the club in January 2019.

Mitch is a much-travelled striker who moved to the North West of England from his native South in 2014.

No stranger to the region from his time at Manchester United Academy, he is renowned for his strength and speed.

He is a former professional at Reading, from where he was loaned to Basingstoke Town in Conference South, achieving the rare feat of scoring a double hat-trick in a game against Weymouth.

He has also represented Gloucester City, Hungerford Town, Swindon Supermarine, Cirencester Town, Cambridge City, Frome Town, Royston Town and Hitchin Town.

After setting up home in Manchester, he had two spells at Mossley while also playing for Trafford and Clitheroe.

His first appearance in Linnets colours was in the opening pre-season match of 2017 at Conwy, where he was among the scorers.

Runcorn Linnets would like to thank Kerry's Krazy Kostumes who has kindly sponsored Mitch Bryant.




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