Reading forward Jahmari Clarke has bolstered Yeovil Town’s attacking options as they prepare for the run-in to the National League South season.

The 20-year-old has joined on loan until the end of the season, according to his parent club, who refer to Yeovil as “the Devonshire club in their announcement” and will be available for today’s visit to Slough Town.

Clarke has had a spell on loan at National League Premier side Boreham Wood this season where he played five times with his last outing coming at the end of January.

Last season, he had a brief spell in League One at Forest Green Rovers, scoring in a 1-1 draw at Morecambe, and prior to that he had a couple of games at Woking, including starting in the Cards’ 1-0 win over Yeovil in November 2022.

He is the second signing in less than 24 hours for Mark Cooper’s side with Yeovil-born right-back Brooklyn Genesini arriving on loan from Swindon Town until the end of the season yesterday.

The Jamaica Under-20s international, who has scored three times in five appearances for the national side, arrives with Yeovil having scored just once in their last four matches and joins Alex Fisher and on-loan Bristol City man Olly Thomas as the out and out striker options for Cooper.

Get at ’em, Jahmari!


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Goal Lover
28 days ago

Probably another good signing…championship academy…youth International…Great. Up the Yeo.