Kiddy Show Their Strength To Extend Unbeaten Run

John Eustace reckons his Kidderminster Harriers side continue to get stronger as they extended their unbeaten League run to 17 games.

Harriers won 2-1 at Curzon Ashton on Monday night to record their third straight victory in the National League North.

Kidderminster - last year’s beaten play-off semi-finalists - are now up to fourth and Eustace is confident that their run will continue if they keep competing well.

He told the club’s website: “I thought we were great. The lads could have easily gone under after conceding, but I think we got stronger. As long as we’re competitive in every game, hopefully we can do well.

“We weren’t clinical enough in the first half, which has been a problem for us away from home. But we scored two great goals in the second half.”

Eustace was also full of praise for his skipper, England C international Ryan Croasdale.

The midfielder scored the opening goal for Harriers and Eustace said: “It was a captain’s performance again. He’s a top player, and we’re really lucky to have him”.

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