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PREVIEW: Dartford v Harriers
7:08pm Friday 20th September 2013 in News
CHEY Dunkley and Kyle Storer are doubts for Harriers' trip to Dartford tomorrow (3pm ko). Storer is struggling with a groin injury, while Dunkley has a knee problem sustained against Tamworth. Josh Gowling could return to bolster the defence if the swelling on his knee goes down. That means Jamie Grimes looks set to make his second start for Kidderminster in Kent. The Carpetmen go into tomorrow's clash at struggling Dartford in good form after three successive victories in the Skrill Premier. Harriers boss Steve Burr praised midfielder Callum Gittings, who has been one of Harriers' most consistent players. Burr said: “We changed the shape around a little bit because I feel there is a certain way we can play when Callum plays for us. “When he plays like he did the other night, the strengths of his game are there for everybody to see. “He has been here with me since day one virtually, along with Jack Byrne, and he never ceases to amaze me –I see it day in, day out in training and how good a player he is. “I am amazed that the lad has never had the chance to play in the Football League because he has so much quality about his game and he trains so hard and is great to work with.” Shuttle Online will have a report from the game on Saturday evening.
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