Littleton open with win over Harriers

Cotswold Journal: From left: Andy Robbins (Littleton manager), Joe Lolley, Colin Emms (Littleton chairman) and Ken Rae (Kidderminster chairman). Emms received a cheque from Rae as a donation for developing Lolley, who Harriers sold to Huddersfield. Picture: MICHAEL PITTS From left: Andy Robbins (Littleton manager), Joe Lolley, Colin Emms (Littleton chairman) and Ken Rae (Kidderminster chairman). Emms received a cheque from Rae as a donation for developing Lolley, who Harriers sold to Huddersfield. Picture: MICHAEL PITTS

A YOUTHFUL Kidderminster Harriers XI were beaten 2-0 at Littleton in a pre-season friendly.

Freddie Ladapo was the only Harriers first-team player involved against the Midland League Division One hosts, who scored in each half through Stuart Hall and James Schembri in front of a healthy crowd.

Midway through the first period, the visitors were reduced to 10 men after Tristan Dunkley was dismissed for a late challenge.

Former Littleton striker Joe Lolley, who Harriers sold to Huddersfield Town for £250,000, watched the game as Kidderminster presented the Five Acres club with a £500 cheque for their part in his development.

Meanwhile, Pershore Town have been drawn to visit Malvern Town or Walsall Wood in the FA Vase second qualifying round on Saturday, October 4.

They host Badsey Rangers tomorrow night (7.30pm) and Redditch United next Tuesday (7.30pm) in friendlies.

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