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Date: 25-05-2012 gif Harriers friendly season announced
Dave Hankin Kidderminster Harriers finally released the full programme of the upcoming seasons friendlies today and as expected there is nothing there to set the pulses racing in expectancy of a feast of football.

We have the usual visits from Walsall and a Wolves eleven to look forward to and also two visits by ourselves to somewhere totally new to most Harriers fans.  AFC Wulfrunians are members of the West Midlands (Regional) League and normally play the likes of Malvern and Bewdley Town while Barwell are based in Leicestershire and ply their trade in the Premier Division of the Evo-Stik League Southern.

For a full list of the friendlies go here.

In other Harriers news this week we saw the departure of Dave Hankin from the club after he joined Chester FC on a two year deal.

Dave came to us two years ago as one of Steve Burrs first signings of that season but he never really set Aggborough alight.  His 'unusual' physique made many Harriers fans wonder if he was going to fall over any minute but he always seemed to stay on his feet.

With sixty two games under his belt he should have been expected to chip in with a few more goals than the two he did score during the season just ended.  His first came at Ebbsfleet in November but we had to wait until the visit of Darlington in March for Dave's second goal.

Now he's back in his native North West with Chester he'll be hoping to resurrect his career with a few more goals.

Another player released a few days earlier was Jack Cresswell.  He joined the club from Walsall last season after joining them from Manchester Utd but he was never really given a chance here and was sent out on loan to clubs below our level.

The promise that he must have had at Utd obviously vanished in his plunge down the ladder and with only three substitute appearances for us he is now free to find another club.

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