Date of birth
Pacey forward Harry Cornick joined the Hatters from Bournemouth in August 2017 for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old was originally on the Town's radar as a teenager in Non-League football. He signed for the Cherries, however, in January 2013 as a 17-year-old after impressing on trial, but continued playing for Wessex League club Christchurch until the end of that season while completing his A-levels.
The Poole-born player made his only professional appearance for Bournemouth as a sub in an FA Cup tie against Rotherham in January 2015, but gained experience on loan at Welling United, Aldershot, Havant & Waterlooville, Yeovil, Leyton Orient and Gillingham.
Joined the Town on a two-year contract, with potential for a further 12 months, in the opening week of the 2017-18 campaign. Cornick netted his first goal in a Town shirt in the 4-1 away win at Exeter City in October 2017 and finished the campaign with five to his name.
Another to start the League One campaign strongly but have it interrupted by injury, Cornick still very much impressed, adding another eight goals to his tally in a Town shirt.
He took his game to the next level in the Championship and landed four personal awards at the end of the season.
Cornick won Goal of the Season, Bobbers Travel Away Player of the Season, Junior Supporters’ Player of the Season and the Players’ Player of the Season trophies, after a maiden campaign in the Championship which saw him finish as the Town’s second leading scorer with nine goals.
He recorded the most assists for the Hatters the following campaign and scored against Bristol City, the third and decisive goal!
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