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Burr praises keeper Vaughan
8:36pm Sunday 8th September 2013 in News
STEVE Burr praised keeper Nathan Vaughan after he helped Harriers to victory at Welling United yesterday.
Vaughan made his first start of the campaign in the Skrill Premier and he helped shore up the Carpetmen, who won 2-1 thanks to a brace from James Dance.
The shot-stopper was picked ahead of normal first choice Danny Lewis.
"I must give Nathan Vaughan a mention, he's had to be patient but he did very well," said Kidderminster's jubilant manager.
"Danny Lewis is a terrific keeper but I thought it was the time to give Nathan a chance and I thought he did very well."
Harriers ended a two-game losing run with a much-improved performance in Kent.
Dance fired home in the tenth minute to capitalise on a bright start and then he doubled their lead in the 25h minute when he finished off a flowing counter-attack.
Welling battled back and Ross Lafayette missed a good chance before Loui Fazakerley made it 2-1 in the 80th minute.
But Harriers were solid throughout and they inflicted only Welling's second loss in 52 home games. Burr said: "Welling don't lose often at home and I thought we played particularly well.
"We passed it about well and gave ourselves a two-goal cushion, which was nice.
"We should have made it three early in the second half with a header."
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