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Ipswich Town defender Zak Bradshaw joins Bromley on loan while former Blues defender Myles Kenlock heads to League Two club Barrow



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Ipswich Town youngster Zak Bradshaw has joined National League side Bromley on loan.

The 18-year-old has joined the Ravens on a season-long loan ahead of their season opener away to Wealdstone.

Bradshaw had spells with both Bury Town and Chelmsford City last season, and signed a one-year contract with Town earlier this summer.

Zak Bradshaw has joined Bromley on loan. Picture: Mecha Morton
Zak Bradshaw has joined Bromley on loan. Picture: Mecha Morton

Meanwhile, former Blues defender Myles Kenlock has found himself a new club.

The 25-year-old was released at the end of his contract this summer, and has found himself at League Two side Barrow.

“We want two for every position and felt we were a little short in the left back area," said Barrow manager Pete Wild.

Former Ipswich defender Myles Kenlock has joined League Two side Barrow. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Former Ipswich defender Myles Kenlock has joined League Two side Barrow. Picture: Barry Goodwin

“He’s a player of great quality that has played in the Championship and League One.

“To bring someone of Myles’ quality to the club shows what we are trying to do here at Barrow, and once we get him up to speed in the next couple weeks, he’ll be another player fighting for another position.”