Wombwell, Barnsley born winger Harry Davis began his football career with Ardsley in 1897 and moved to hometown Second Division club Barnsley a year later, making his Football League debut at Lincoln City in September 1898, their inaugural League fixture. His late goal against Luton Town in his third game secured the Reds’ first ever League win. After 25 goals in 56 appearances for The Tykes, after a string of impressive performances he was signed by Sheffield Wednesday in January 1900, the 1890’s powerhouse temporarily relegated to the Second Division, and he helped them to the Second Division Championship by the season end contributing 7 goals in 14 appearances. After 2 seasons back in the First Division he was then part of two League Championship title victories in the 1902-03, contributing 13 goals, and 1903-04 seasons. He won three caps for England, all during the Home Nations Championship of 1903. His only international goal came on his debut against Ireland on 14 February 1903. He also made one appearance for The Football League. His playing career ended in February 1907 due to a broken leg. He later became Wednesday’s assistant trainer.