Kidderminster Harriers 0(0) v (3)4 Derby County

Friendly - Aggborough - 11 July 2017

Attendance: 1078

Individual Stats
Kidderminster v Derby
Brandon Hall [1] Scott Carson
Tyrone Williams [2/12] Chris Baird
Cieron Keane [3/29] Marcus Olsson
Kennedy Digie [6] Richard Keogh
Liam Daly [5/3] Craig Forsyth
Ryan Croasdale [4/15] Bradley Johnson
Sam Austin [7/20] Mason Bennett
Liam Truslove [10/4] Craig Bryson
Joe Ironside [9] Chris Martin
James McQuilkin [8/28] David Nugent
Manny Sonupe [11/19] Andreas Wiemann
Andre Brown [12/7] Johnny Russell
  [14/11] Darren Bent
  [15/14] Andre Wisdom
  [16] Alex Pearce
  [17/18] Jacob Butterfield
Bradley Catlow [18/22] Nick Blackman
  [19/23] Matej Vidra
  [20/26] Jamie Hanson
  [21/30] Max Bird
  [-/33] Curtis Davies
Kieren Finglas [-/35] Jonathan Mitchell
- [44] Timi Elsnik
- [45] Kellan Gordon
- [49] Calum MacDonald
- [51] Henrich Ravas
- [60] Offrande Zanzala
Team Stats
  Fouls Conceded Offside Corners Shots On Shots off
Kidderminster 7 1 1 1 4
Derby 11 1 5 8 1
Kidderminster Derby
    8 David Nugent
    17 Craig Bryson
    31 Chris Martin
    72 Darren Bent
Kidderminster Derby
46 A. Brown Ironside   46 Russell Nugent  
46 14 Digie   46 Bent Martin  
46 15 Keane   46 Wisdom Baird  
46 16 Daly   46 Pearce Olsson  
46 17 Truslove   46 Butterfield Bryson  
46 18 Hall   46 Blackman Bennett  
46 19 Croasdale   46 Vidra Weimann  
46 20 McQuilkin   46 Hanson Johnson  
46 21 Austin   46 Davies Keogh  
84 - Sonupe   46 Mitchell Carson  
84 Finglas Williams   46 MacDonald Forsyth  
Kidderminster Derby
Referee: Wayne Barrett (Worcestershire)
Match Report by St@tto

Championship side Derby gave Harriers a stern test in their first public friendly of the summer, running out comfortable winners.

The higher-ranked side sent their full first team side and their superiority showed, particularly in the first half of the game. County needed just seven minutes to open the scoring; David Nugent firing through a crowded penalty area after the Harriers defence had failed to clear.

Craig Bryson took the ball around Harriers' trialist goalkeeper to roll it into the empty net to double the advantage in the 17th minute. The third, and arguably best, goal came just past the half hour; Chris Martin guiding a first-time volley past the keeper from Marcus Olsson's cross.

At the interval both teams changed their line-ups, only Harriers' Tyrone Williams stayed on from the first half. Harriers' side now contained nine trialists who all looked comfortable on the ball with a couple of them looking worth watching for longer.

Darren Bent completed the scoring on 72 minutes, heading home Nick Blackman's cross from the right.