Vanarama National League North club Kidderminster Harriers have continued to build for the future ahead of an exciting climax to the season by tying two more players to new contracts at Aggborough.
James McQuikin and Ryan Croasdale have penned fresh terms with the club to extend their stays in Worcestershire, after making a combined eighty-five appearances for the team this term and contributing 11 goals.
McQuilkin (below) began his second spell at Harriers by re-joining last season, playing a key role not only in an encouraging run towards the end of a disappointing campaign, but also by being influential throughout this current term.
To-date he’s made more than seventy-five appearances for the club, and goes into tomorrow’s match at Gainsborough Trinity with an extended contract until the end of next season.
Also staying with Harriers is 22-year-old Croasdale, who is enjoying the best run of games so far in his young career.
He originally joined Kidderminster back in August on non-contract terms but quickly earned something more permanent with a string of impressive displays.
His efforts have earned him an extended contract at Aggborough until the summer of 2019.