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Bards boss praises calmness of returning midfielder

BARDS boss Gavin Hurren praised the immediate impact new signing Josh Hawker has had on his side, helping Stratford Town grab a 3-2 victory over visitors Alvechurch on Saturday, reports David Lawrence.

The midfielder linked back up with the team in midweek following a spell with Southern League Premier Central rivals Halesowen Town and came off the bench to play a key role, threading a pass to Charlie Williams for Town’s 88th minute winner to keep the side in the play-off places.

Hurren said: “Josh has come in and was brilliant. He made such a positive impact when he came on which is what I was hoping for.

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