Scott scores against Villa
Knory Scott, the Bermuda Under-20 midfielder, was on target for Kidderminster Harriers against a young Aston Villa side in a pre-season friendly at Aggborough Stadium on Wedneday.
Scott, 19, came on as a second-half substitute and netted with a deft flick in the 62nd minute after the ball was reworked after his initial shot struck the post.
Ashley Chambers and Ed Williams also scored for Kidderminster, while Rushian Hepburn-Murphy found the net for Villa.
Also featuring for Kidderminster was midfielder Milan Butterfield who represented Bermuda at the Concacaf Gold Cup last month.
Butterfield made 16 appearances, scoring one goal, for Kidderminster in the Vanarama National League North last season.
Scott played his part in a successful first season for Harriers Under-23s after helping them win the Total Midland Football League Under-21 play-off final last term.
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