Scott helps Harriers win final
Knory Scott played his part in a successful first season for Kidderminster Harriers Under-23s after helping them win the Total Midland Football League Under-21 play-off final.
Kidderminster, whose first team play in the Vanarama National League North, reached the final after winning the Under-21 West competition of the Midland Football League.
They defeated East winners Bedworth United 1-0 at Lye Meadow, Alvechurch, last weekend thanks to a first-half penalty from Ethan Freemantle.
Kidderminster had two goals disallowed, one of which was created by Bermudian Scott. Bedworth had two players sent off in the second half.
Scott Mason, the Kidderminster under-23 coach, said: “I'm absolutely buzzing for the lads. They've won the U21s West league and they have given it everything.
“Since the league season finished I've been telling them to finish the season on a high. There is no point winning our league if we don't go on and win this play-off final.
“Every single player, even the ones who weren't involved today, have played a part this season.
“The lads are only getting better and the pathway from the academy, up to the U23s and through to the first team — it's there. I'm proud of every single one of them.”
Scott was one of four BAA youngsters, including Kane Crichlow — who signed a two-year deal with Premier League club Watford on Tuesday — to spend time at Spanish amateur club UE Cornella in 2012.
The 19-year-old midfielder also represented the Bermuda Under-20 side at the Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Costa Rica in 2017.
Scott is not the only Bermudian at Kidderminster, with 21-year-old Kacy Milan Butterfield making 16 appearances and scoring one goal for their first team this season.
Both players are represented by Bermudian football agent Vinzie Zuill.