Great Yarmouth are pleased to announce the return of Ray Urry, who returns to the club after a short spell at Step 5 Wroxham.

Ray has appeared 98 times for the Bloaters, but following his excellent Senior Cup Quarter final appearance against them last season, it was no surprise Wroxham wanted to sign him. Unfortunately things never worked out, Ray has not settled at Wroxham and their loss is certainly our gain, with Ray returning to his ‘home club’.

Wroxham are having a great season and it has proven incredibly tough to break into such a strong established side, who are winning for fun and a defense that gives away very little. Ray needs more regular first team football and returns to the club where he made his debut as a 16 year old.

Subject to league paperwork being completed in time, Ray will be in this weekends squad for the visit of higher league Walsham Le Willows in the FA Vase at the Wellesley.

Bloaters Manager, Rob McCombe had this to say; “I have worked with Ray since he was 14 years old, he is a class player and to get the best out of him he needs to be playing regular football with a smile on his face. I’m personally gutted for him the move didn’t work, he clearly has the talent to play higher, but Wroxham are flying and it proved tough to breakthrough. To add a player of Ray’s quality back into the squad is a huge boost for us – I know he loves it here, and the club loves him back – the club committee & volunteers are delighted to see him back”.

The club would like to thank all at Wroxham for their support in making the move happen.

Heres some highlights of Ray in action for the club in his previous spell;