Grimsby Town joint boss Paul Hurst content with Kidderminster FA Cup draw
PAUL Hurst declared himself satisfied after Grimsby Town were drawn against Kidderminster Harriers in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.
The Mariners will welcome their Blue Square Bet Premier rivals to Blundell Park on Saturday, October 20, with a place in the first round proper up for grabs.
And Hurst, pictured, said that while there were easier teams in the hat, he was pleased to be handed a home tie against familiar foe.
He said: "We played Kidderminster not long ago and that's a positive thing for us in that we know them well.
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"There were definitely easier draws out there but, I'm sure that if you asked Steve Burr, we wouldn't have been first choice for him either. Obviously it's a home draw as well for us which is generally what you want, so I think, overall, we have to be happy with that."