A century for popular Harrier McQuilkin…
By Matty Paddock - 24/12/2017
Posted 2 years ago
JAMES MCQUILKIN played his 100th game for Harriers in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Nuneaton Town at Aggborough.
The former Hereford United player completed his century against Boro, playing 61 minutes before being withdrawn for Liam Truslove.
‘Macca’ first came to Aggborough on loan from the Bulls when Harriers were managed by Steve Burr.
He made his debut just weeks shy of five years ago, coming off the bench in an FA Trophy clash against Droylsden.
He ended that spell with one goal in five appearances, before going on to feature for Walsall and Torquay among others.
His return to Worcestershire came in late 2015 when a ‘first’ start saw him net in the Aggborough win over Aldershot Town.
“….he’s only going to get better; hopefully he can go on and make another 100 appearances…!” John Eustace
Since then, he’s been one of the team’s most familiar faces, and most valuable components.
“Macca has been fantastic since I’ve been here,” commented boss John Eustace, whose reign has seen McQuilkin deliver some of his best form.
“He brings the team loads of energy.
“He has been consistently good for us, week in, week out so we are very lucky to have him in the squad.
“I’m sure he’s only going to get better and better – hopefully he can go on and make another 100 appearances for the club!”
Well played, Macca!
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