Back in January 2019 Dewhurst was between the sticks for Guiseley in a nine-goal thriller at Nethermoor, which saw United leave with a 5-4 victory. Current teammate Jay Rollins bagged a brace that day.
That contest was also a memorable one for Dewhurst because in goal at the other end was George Willis - an opponent on the day but his Blades coach during the week.
Dewhurst, now 20, has also enjoyed first-team experience on n loan at League Two Carlisle United and Solihull Moors, as well making his senior debut for the Blades and enjoying a youth loan at Gainsborough Trinity.
The young stopper featured for the Cumbrians in last season's FA Cup penalty-shootout victory at National League South Hayes and Yeading, following a 2-2 draw.
Dewhurst - who has represented England at under 17, 18, 19 and 20 levels - also made four appearances for National League Solihull Moors during a loan spell earlier this season.
He arrives at the Jakemans Community Stadium to battle Peter Crook for a place in the Pilgrims' starting line-up, following the departure of George Sykes-Kenworthy.
If he features today, Dewhurst will be the fourth keeper to play competitively for United this season after Crook, Sykes-Kenworthy and Josh Barnes.
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