Defender moves to League Two side on a month's loan as he looks to continue development with exposure to first-team football
Josh Yorwerth has joined Crawley on loan until October 25th.
The defender, who joined the Blues from Cardiff, will team up with the League Two side and could make his debut against Newport this evening at Rodney Parade.
The 20 year-old has impressed since earning a contract at Portman Road, featuring in the Capital One Cup ties against Stevenage, Doncaster and Manchester United, where he was tasked with marking England captain Wayne Rooney.
The centre-back, who’s only other competitive action came during a loan spell with non-League Hereford, has scored once for Town, heading home against Stevenage in August at Portman Road.
Josh will now team up with the Red Devils as he looks to continue his first-team development with competitive action.