Penn hails display at York

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Kidderminster Harriers' Russ Penn [PA Images]

ASSISSTANT Manager Russ Penn was delighted with the performance of the team in the 1-1 draw at league leaders York City, writes Elliot Ball.

The draw was no small feat; City are six months unbeaten in all competitions, sitting top of the table and in the First Round of the FA Cup.

Yet Harriers may feel aggrieved not to have come away with all three points from Saturday after dominating in the attacking third.

Russ lauded the team and insisted there were plenty of positives to take away from the, saying: “We made top of the table look quite ordinary and that’s not being disrespectful to them, they’re good at what they do but we were really at the races today.

“I think coming back from 1-0 down to get a point, away from home, you’ve always got to take the positives.

“I think we’re disappointed we haven’t picked up two more points with the amount of shots we’ve had and chances we’ve had, but we’ve got to take that into Tuesday now.

“We pushed at them and we ground out good opportunities; I just wish we had a little bit more time to get that goal earlier on and give us a really good chance at winning the game.”

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