Team spirit within the camp is starting to blossom at Kidderminster Harriers says Head of Coaching Matt Gardiner in the wake of Monday’s win at Stourbridge.

Harriers had dominated large spells of the game at the Memorial Ground but needed an khfc88th minute strike from on-trial front man Jordan Murphy to clinch the win.

The team stuck to their guns throughout and that’s what pleased Gardiner most.

“You can see that the lads have trained together and that there’s a little spirit, which is a great sign” he said.

“I know we had a few trialists in tonight but the young lads that have come through the Academy were great.

“It was only 1-0 but I thought, on the balance of play, it was deserved.

“We aren’t getting carried away because we need to keep seeing how they perform, but Stourbridge are a very good team and they will do very well this year.

“Overall we are very happy but we have still got a lot of work to do.”


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