YOUNG Harrison Davey has been handed a lead role in Argyle's promotion-or-bust Wembley date with AFC Wimbledon.
The six-year-old, affectionately known to his family and friends as 'Harry', is the Pilgrims' match-day mascot for their Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off Final and will walk out with Argyle skipper Curtis Nelson before Monday's big game.
Harry, who attends Lady Modiford’s School in Walkhampton, has taken part in numerous training courses at Home Park during the school holidays. His favourite player is Luke McCormick because, not only does Harry think he Luke is a great goalkeeper, but also Luke acknowledges Harry when he sees him, much to the youngster's excitement.
Harry has an Argyle-themed bedroom where he has posted his tickets, posters, hand-made banners and scarves on his walls and all around his room, official merchandise that he bought at the many games which he has been to.
He said: “I am really excited to go to Wembley and to walk out on the pitch with my team because it is a very big, important game for them and I really hope they win.”
Harry will not be the only Argyle mascot at Wembley - Pilgrim Pete is, of course, also making the journey from the Westcountry for the big game to grace the Home of Football with his presence.
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