KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 0
Osadebe 39, 45, Wilkinson 47, Phillips 57, Kiernan 78
But for Kidderminster boss Russ Penn, it was another chance to look at a few new faces as he builds for the start of the season.
“The result doesn’t bother me,” he insisted. “I’ve seen some really good things from us today against a strong and very well-drilled Walsall team who I think will be doing things next season. For the first 38 minutes we were well in the game against a League Two team.
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HURST: THAT'S FOR THE FANS
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HUDLIN HAS THE STAR POWER!
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Omar red makes Gulls battle
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IT'S VITAL YOU HAVE A PLAN B
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