Wolves Beat Harriers

Last updated : 24 July 2002 By Steve Hermon
An Adam Proudlock brace was enough to beat Kidderminster Harriers 2-0 at Aggrough.

Dave Jones fielded a reserve side, which included Peruvian trialist, Jean Ferrari and outward bound striker, Colin Larkin.

Jones didn't say much about the Peruvian's performance in midfield but did say 'he adjusted well' and was 'understandbly tired' at the end.

The Wolves boss confirmed that Irishman Larkin will be on his way to Mansfield, in a deal worth around £150,000 and includes a sell-on fee.

Mohammed Camera and Lee Naylor shared left-back duties in the game, and Russel Howarth appeared in goal, as did Matt Murray, who was praised BBC Radio for making 'the save of the match.'

Along with Larkin, Michael Branch made an appearence up front, as did Proudlock, who scored a goal in both halves.

Jones said he was pleased with how the last three weeks have gone also admitted that their fitness levels are much higher now than they were, this time last year.

Wolves next stop in the pre-season warm-up is at Stockport on Saturday and then at Cardiff next Wednesday evening.