Stourport Swifts 0(0) v (1)8 Kidderminster Harriers

Friendly - Walshes Meadow - 15 July 2017

Attendance: 218

Individual Stats
Stourport v Kidderminster
Callum Grant [1] Brandon Hall
Jim Hanson [2] Tyrone Williams
Joel Caines [3] Sam Austin
Paul Hurrell [5] Liam Daly
Matt Fulloway [6]  
Ben Priest [4] Ryan Croasdale
Jack Bailey [11/8] James McQuilkin
Joe Colley [10/12] Andre Brown
Aaron Lloyd [9] Joe Ironside
Sam Beasley [8/10] Liam Truslove
Dan Sweeney [7/11] Manny Sonupe
Joe Hanson [12/14] Gabriel Danko
Ben Maund [14/15] Kieren Finglas
Alex Smith [15/16] Josh Webb
Reece Wager [16/18] Jono Brown
Nick MacPherson [17/19] Declan Weeks
Joe Lawley [18/20] John
Ashley Parsons-Smith [14/21] Junior
Team Stats
  Fouls Conceded Offside Corners Shots On Shots off
Stourport 5 0 1 0 0
Kidderminster 10 5 7 14 6
Stourport Kidderminster
    10 Joe Ironside
    51 Ryan Croasdale
    53 Joe Ironside
    59 Joe Ironside
    68 Sam Austin
    84 Andre Brown
    89 Liam Truslove
    90+1 Joe Ironside
Stourport Kidderminster
55 Maund Bailey   22 Webb Williams  
55 MacPherson Lloyd   62 Weeks Croasdale  
70 Lawley Beasley   62 John Sonupe  
76 Joe Hanson Hurrell   62 Junior McQuilkin  
76 Smith Jim Hanson   66 J.Brown Hall  
76 Wager Caines   71 Finglas Daly  
76 Parsons-Smith Colley   77 Danko Webb  
Stourport Kidderminster
Referee: Neil Pratt (Worcestershire)
Match Report by St@tto

Joe Ironside scored four times as Harriers steamrollered their local neighbours to record their first win of pre-season.

Harriers included just two trialists in their starting line-up, the rest being first team squad players, but they took just a single goal lead into the break, that coming after nine minutes when Ironside headed in James McQuilkin's cross.  the gulf in quality, though, was apparent as the home side spent the whole of the half on the back foot and didn't Harriers' trialist goalkeeper.

There was a farcical start to the second half as Stourport intended to introduce Harriers youngster Tom Palmer in goal but as his name hadn't been given to the referee before the game the official refused to let him take part and Swifts' Callum Grant had to be forced back into action.

The Swifts' keeper was troubled with injury and didn't move as Ryan Croasdale rifled in Harriers second early in the half.  Harriers then proceeded to take complete control of the game with Ironside adding two more in quick succession to complete his hat-trick.

Sam Austin got in on the act midway through the half to make it 5-0 and in the closing minutes Harriers were able to score almost at will with Andre Brown finally getting on the scoresheet after missing a number of chances and Liam Truslove adding the seventh before Ironside completed the rout with his fourth of the afternoon in stoppage time.