Kidderminster Harriers 0(0) v (0)0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Friendly - Aggborough - 18 July 2009

Attendance: 964

Individual Stats
Kidderminster v Wolverhampton
Dean Coleman[1]Richard Woodley
Joe Wilcox[2]Neill Collins
Duane Courtney[3]Jason Shackell
Martin Riley[4]Danny Batth
Gavin Caines[5]Darren Ward
Gavin Strachan[6]David Davis
Chris McPhee[7]Elliott Bennett
Darryl Knights[8]Kyle Bennett
Rob Elvins[9]Ashley Hemmings
Matt Barnes-Homer[10]Paris Simmons
David McDermott[11]Perez
Lee Baker[12]Michael Wardle
Rob Holmes[13]-
Dean Bennett[14]Sam Winnall
Brian Smikle[15]Lewis Connor
Zac Costello[16]Andy Mulliner
Nathan Hayward[17]-
Aaron Farrell[18]-
Kyle Hadley[19]-
Liam Dolman[20]-
Tom Sharpe[21]-
Team Stats
  Fouls Conceded Offside Corners Shots On Shots off
Kidderminster Wolverhampton
46BakerCourtney 46WinnallPerez 
46BennettStrachan 51WardleWinnall 
46SmikleMcDermott 64PerezK. Bennett 
46HadleyElvins 81 Simmons 
Kidderminster Wolverhampton
Referee: W. Barratt (West Midlands)
Match Report by St@tto

Harriers failed to win for the first time this summer, but maintained their unbeaten record, with a goalless draw against a young Wolves side at Aggborough.

The Harriers' trialists had the better of a dour game and will consider themselves unlucky not to have won.  They could have taken an early lead when Chris McPhee did well on the right, getting to the byline and pulling the ball back to Darryl Knights who fired his shot narrowly wide of the far post.  Gavin Strachan forced Richard Woodley into action midway through the half with a 25-yard free-kick.

After the break Harriers had the best chances of the game; Dean Bennett struck the crossbar with a long range shot ten minutes into the half.  The game meandered aimlessly for a time with little excitement to commend it.  It was not until ten minutes from the end that a break of the deadlock was threatened; Zac Costello brought Woodley to life again but his shot was straight at the keeper and easy for him to gather. Moments later Kyle Hadley's cross from the right found McPhee at the far post but he headed into the side netting.  The last action of the game saw Brian Smikle slip a pass through the inside-right channel for Aaron Farrell to latch onto but his shot was saved by the legs of Woodley.