Loan Watch: Joe Foulkes Starts as Kidderminster Crush King's Lynn Loan Watch: Joe Foulkes Starts as Kidderminster Crush King's Lynn
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Loan Watch: Joe Foulkes Starts as Kidderminster Crush King's Lynn

Here is our latest look at how the loaned-out Saddlers are getting on.
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Walsall defender Joe Foulkes is currently out on loan as he looks to gain experience and maybe force his way into the first-team in 2023/24.


Joe Foulkes retained his starting spot as Kidderminster Harriers made the trip to Norfolk and took on King's Lynn Town in their National League North Play-Off clash.

The Harriers ended the league campaign on fine form and, after winning their eliminator, were hoping to take that form into the Play-Off's proper.

Russ Penn's side started the game well and were able to get themselves into the lead as former Saddler Ashley Hemmings fired them ahead with twenty-three minutes on the clock.

However, the visitors weren't able to hold onto their lead for too long as Ben Stephens sent a header beyond Christian Dibble and into the back of the net.

Parity didn't last forever as Kidderminster re-took the lead nine-minutes into the second-half as Amari Morgan-Smith slipped the ball home following a well-worked attacking move.

The good news didn't end there either as the Harriers stretched their lead just after the hour mark with Shane Byrne sent a looping header over the line following Joe Leesley's corner kick.

King's Lynn's capitulation continued around ten-minutes later as Zak Brown made it four for the Harriers as he got on the end of a Hemmings pass to slip the ball into the back of the net.

There were no further goals as the Harriers made easy work of the Linnetts and booked their place in the National League North Play-Off Final with Brackley Town also securing their place in next Sunday's match.
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