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Eustace praises squad determination

Eustace gives his verdict on Curzon win…



JOHN EUSTACE highlighted his team’s determination as they scored a late goal to ensure three points returned to Worcestershire on Monday night.

Harriers made it three wins from three with a 2-1 victory against Curzon Ashton on Monday night.

In front of a crowd of 200, George Waring’s goal after 80 minutes sealed the victory for the boys in red and white.

Speaking after the game, Eustace pointed out his team’s strength after conceding.

“I thought we were great tonight,” he commented.

“The lads could have easily gone under after conceding, but I think we got stronger.

“Tonight was a tough game, every away game and every home game is tough.

“The lads could have easily gone under after conceding, but I think we got stronger…” John Eustace

“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”.

Ryan Croasdale gave the visitors the lead just after half time, and Eustace was quick to praise the impact of his skipper.

He added: “It was a captain’s performance again – it’s every week now.

“He’s a top player, and we’re really lucky to have him”.


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