Harry Aaronson returns to professional rugby league after two years away from the sport at this level.
The 23-year-old has a wealth of rugby league experience behind him, despite his tender years.
Oldham born, Aaronson had spells in the academy set-ups at both Wigan Warriors and Huddersfield Giants. And after cutting his playing teeth with the two Super League heavyweights, he made his debut in the professional ranks at Swinton in 2015.
Aaronson, a full-back or winger by trade, opted to leave the Lions and joined Keighley Cougars whilst studying at Leeds University. After two years at Cougar Park, Aaronson returned to Swinton before joining his home town club Oldham on loan during 2019.
With the Roughyeds gaining promotion to the Championship for 2020, Aaronson made his move from Swinton permanent. He started Oldham’s opening two matches in the ill-fated 2020 campaign, before the covid-19 pandemic forced the rugby league season to pause with only the Super League restarting. Aaronson left Oldham in August 2020 to pursue a career in recruitment and away from rugby league but is back for Cornwall’s maiden campaign.