Carlisle United have George Sykes-Kenworthy on trial following his departure from Derby County, as per their official club website. 

Carlisle United are playing the goalkeeper against Workington in a friendly tomorrow.

Sykes-Kenworthy, who is 21-years-old, is a free agent after he was released by Derby at the end of last season.

The youngster will be hoping to impress the Cumbrians and potentially earn himself a contract for next term.

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Sykes-Kenworthy joined Derby last summer having previously been on the books at Bradford City.

He played for the Rams’ Under-23s side but they decided against keeping him for the next campaign.

The Huddersfield-born stopper joined Bradford at the age of eight and rose up through the academy of the Yorkshire outfit.

He went on to make two first-team appearances for the Bantams, as well as having loan spells away at Stalybridge Celtic, Stafford Rangers and Guiseley to gain experience.

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Thoughts

Carlisle could do with another goalkeeper for next season and Sykes-Kenworthy would be a decent option for them.

He is a good age and would provide some strong competition and back-up to Chris Beech’s side between the sticks.

The ‘keeper was unfortunate to be released by Bradford last year and his move to Derby will have been a good learning curve for him.

It will be interesting to see how he gets on for Carlisle tomorrow.