MOORS BOSS JIMMY SHAN BOLSTERED HIS FORWARD OPTIONS WHEN JUSTIN DONOWA SIGNED FOR THE MOORS ON 28 OCTOBER 2020.
Donawa has an impressive all-round sporting background, having grown up as a cricket player and thrived as a triple jumper in his formative years. As an athlete, he won three medals in regional competitions and also competed at the 2013 World Youth Championships in Athletics.
However, football was to prove Donawa's true calling, especially once he moved to the United States to attend the Berkshire School and then Dartmouth College. During his time in the States, the Bermudan won three Ivy League championships with the Big Green, appeared during school breaks with Somerset Trojans, and spent time with Black Rock FC.
He was drafted by Columbus Crew in the third round of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft but was not signed by the club.
Donawa moved to England last summer after impressing during pre-season with Darlington, which bagged him a contract with the Quakers.
He went on to play 37 times throughout the 2019/20 season, scoring nine goals.
After representing Bermuda at under-20 level, Donawa has since progressed to accrue 20 senior caps for his national side, scoring three goals.
Donowa Delighted to be Made a Moor