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- Harriers 3
- Salisbury 0
- Joe Lolley fires in a hat-trick as Harriers cruise to win
- HARRIERS take on Salisbury City in the Skrill
- To find out how new boss Andy Thorn fares, follow The Shuttle's live match blog
All over! Harriers deserved winner after an improved second half. New boss Andy Thorn will be delighted to start with a win.
Lolley was absolutely brilliant.
Joe Lolleynis given a standing ovation as he is replaced by Jack Dyer.
A simply brilliant display by the young striker. His value will only have increased. Will Hiddersfield and Peterborough be back into for him?
Goal! Lolley hat-trick
Penalty to Harriers as Johnson is scythed down by Angus McDonald.
Lolley slots home for his first Harriers hat-trick.
Second change for Carpetmen as Jack Byrne is replaced by Anthony Malbon.
Goal! Lolley slots the ball to keeper's right. Harriers 2-0 up!
Penalty to Harriers!
Double change by City. Rob Sinclair replaces Ryan Brett and striker Jamie White comes in for full back Callum Hart. City are clearly going for it.
70- Close! Johnson heads the ball to Gash. Keeper Pidfynrushes out very fat of his box and Johnson tries to steer the ball goalwards but Wilson clears.
First change for Harriers as AMS is replaced by Marvin Johnson.
Change for Citynas Elliott Frear replaces Ricky Wellard.
Joe Lolley is booked for a late tackle.
Michael Gashv fires a free-kick over the bar.
Some wags in the Harriers crowd briefly started chanting 'there's only one Steve Burr'.
Lee Fowler is booked for a bad reaction after the ref blew for a foul on Klamdjo.
53- Free-kick to City after AMS is demed to have fouled Sinclair.
Wellard's free-kick is headed away by Demetriou.
50- Puddy takes Lee Fowler's corner.
48-Joe Lolley produces a dazzling run but keeper Will Puddy takes tippy is chip.
47- Harriers have come out fighting and Kyle Storer curls an effort into keeper's arms.
That is the break! Harriers are ahead but this game has been very subdued.
Lolley has produced the one moment of magic. Salisbury have had the best of the game but not really troubled Harriers.
Some of the crowd chants there's 'only one Andy Thorn.'
Lee Vaughan cuts in dangerously from the right but a defender blocks him.
44- We have a break in play and Steve Guinan advises Andy Thorn about tactics.
41- That is more like it. Gash nearly plays in AMS but he is just offside.
39- Chance! Lolley tees up Danny Jackman on the left and he volleys over the bar.
37- Phew! Josh Gowlong blocks Stuart Sinclair's shot.
34- It is all very subdued and City are edging it at the moment. Harriers lead through Lolley's effort.
30- Ryan Brett shoots wide for City.
26- Lee Vaughan delivers a good cross but it is a bit too long.
25- Oops! Lee Vaughan's back header went over Danny Lewis but unfortunately went wide.
22- That goal has got Harriers going and Amari Morgan-Smith is a fraction off side.
Trust Joe Lolley To get Harriers going. The young winger cuts in from the right, rides several challenges and smashes a lovely shot beyond the keeper.
Goal! Joe Lolley!
It is pretty quiet, quite a contrast to last season's thundering noise against Peterborough.
10- So far it has quite scrappy. No rhythm to the game.
6- Josh Gowling's header falls to Glenn Wilson, who shoots wide.
2- Chris McPhee sees a speculative shot flies wide.
Popular former Harriers player Chris McPhee is the main man for City and has scored in the last two games.
Well, it is a strange day at Harriers. There is a good turn out for fans who are all interested in seeing new how Harriers fare under Thorn's leadership.
Chey Dunkley is back from suspension but he is only on the bench. Mickey Demetriou retains his place in central defence.
Salisbury: Puddy, Hart, Brett, Clarke, Wilson, McPhee, Wellard, Lewis, Kamdjo, Sinclair, McDonald.
Subs: White, Frear, Sinclair, Feeney, Bittner.
Referee: Anthony Backhouse.
Harriers: Lewis, L Vaughan, Demetriou, Storer, Byrne, Fowler, Gash, Jackman, Lolley, Morgan-Smith, Gowling.
Subs: Dunkley, Malbon, Johnson,Ben Vaughan, Dyer.
Good afternoon Harriers fans. It has been a difficult week for Harriers. Can new boss Andy Thorn rally the troops after the loss of Steve Burr?