Goalkeeper Lee joins Dorchester for third loan spell

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Harry Lee during his second loan spell with Dorchester last December Picture: GRAHAM HUNT
Harry Lee during his second loan spell with Dorchester last December Picture: GRAHAM HUNT

DORCHESTER Town have secured the signing of talented goalkeeper Harry Lee from Exeter City on a one-month loan.

Lee, 17, already has five Dorchester appearances to his name having spent two previous loan spells with the Magpies.

The highly-rated teenager was an unused substitute for Exeter in their 1-1 draw at Lincoln City on the opening day of the Sky Bet League One season in July.

On that day, he was understudy to veteran keeper Scott Brown, 37, but has not featured in the Grecians' matchday squad since.

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And Exeter boss Matt Taylor has therefore allowed Lee to re-join the Avenue Stadium side.

It comes after goalkeeper Brad Snelling suffered a head injury in the 4-0 loss at Truro, forcing his withdrawal on 27 minutes and causing a reshuffle that pitched centre-back Kieran Douglas behind the sticks for more than an hour.

Dorchester's other keeper, Harry Dillon, was not selected in the matchday squad for the fixture with Truro.

Lee is Dorchester's third loan signing since the season began, with Torquay duo Alex Moyse and Olaf Koszela agreeing terms until January 2023.

Lee could make his third debut for the Magpies in tonight's Pitching In Southern League Premier South home clash with promoted side Plymouth Parkway (7.45pm).