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Live Coverage

Woking v Harriers

  • Kick off: 8:45am Wed 1 Apr 09
  • Referee:
  • Venue: Kingsfield Stadium
Final score:
Woking 1 - 5 Kidderminster Harriers

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 93:00: Final whistle It's all over and Harriers can be very pleased with their performance. They go into Saturday's crunch clash at home to Stevenage Borough in good form.

92:00: Woking's best chance of the game falls to Rob Elvins after a driving run and low cross from Oliver Bozanic but he shoots wide from 12-yards out.

87:00: Brian Smikle tracks back and blocks Oliver Bozanic as he powers into the box. The referee blows for a Harriers free-kick.

86:00: Darryl Knights fires the free-kick over the bar.

85:00: Free-kick to Harriers after Stefan Moore was brought down by Paul Lorraine as he powered towards the box.

80:00: It has been quiet since the goal, it's fair to say that Harriers have wrapped this one up and are happy with their goal-tally.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 72:00: Goal! Brian Smikle grabs a jammy goal. His swerving 25-yard effort should be easy for Danny Knowles but he fluffs his line and drops the shot into the back of the net. D'oh!

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 71:00: Yellow card Bradley Quamina is booked.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 69:00: Substitution Paolo Vernazza replaces Woking top scorer Wilfried Domoraud, a decision that is jeered by the home fans.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 69:00: Substitution Brian Smikle comes on for Matthew Barnes-Homer.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 67:00: Goal! Harriers' hopes of making it eight clean sheets in a row are shattered by Oliver Bozanic's power rising effort from the edge of the area.

66:00: Stefan Moore races between two defenders and tries a 25-yard lob that is quite.

65:00: Harriers have a free-kick to defend but Joel Ledgister fires it over the bar. A wasted effort by the hosts.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 63:00: Substitution Michael Carr comes on for Russ Penn.

62:00: Joel Ledgister races onto a good pass by Rob Elvins but is offside.

58:00: Harriers have eased the tempo slightly but look in control. Luke Jones needs some treatment after a poor challenge by Rob Elvins.

55:00: Wilfried Domoraud gets a sniff of goal from 25-yards out but shoots very wide.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 55:00: Substitution Justin Richards is rested ahead of Saturday's clash against Stevenage when he is replaced by Stefan Moore.

54:00: The small band of Harriers fans who made this trip must be delighted that they made the effort because this is one of the most ruthless performances of the season.

53:00: Darryl Knights races through on goal but thr referee blows for a foul on Bradley Quamina.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 52:00: Yellow card Michael Kamara is booked for a foul on Russ Penn near the halfway line.

51:00: From Joe Anderson's free-kick, Daniel Sintim heads wide.

50:00: Russ Penn head over from Chris McPhee's right wing cross. Harriers looked hungry to add more goals.

46:00: If this score remains the same until the end of the game, this will be Harriers' biggest away BSP win of the season. It matches their 4-0 home victory over Altrincham in August. This is only the third time they have scored more than one goal all season. They did it at Burton and in the FA Cup at King's Lynn.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 46:00: Substitution Woking manager makes a double substitution. Goma Lambu is replaced by striker Joel Ledgister and Rob Elvins came on for Matt Pattison.

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 45:00: Half time Plus two: Harriers have been brilliant but Woking are booed off. This is just the message that Mark Yates' side wanted to send out.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 45:00: Goal! Plus one: Chris McPhee scores from eight-yards out. Lee Baker's cross was headed down and the midfielder coolly finished

44:00: Matthew Barnes-Homer is really determined to grab his hat-trick. He teased Joe Anderson on the right and fired in a shot that Danny Knowles punched behind.

43:00: From Darryl Knights' free-kick, Keith Lowe directs a firm header into the arms of Danny Knowles.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 38:00: Goal! Matthew Barnes-Homer makes it 3-0! He was played in by Darryl Knights and when it looked as though Bradley Quamina had stopped him he squirmed away, touched the ball beyond the flailing keeper and finished from close range.

36:00: Darryl Knights is fired-up and when a bounce evades Daniel Sintim he slips past him in the box but loses out to Paul Lorraine.

33:00: Woking try to hit back and Wilfried Domoraud delivers a skidding low ball across goal that Liam Marum just can't reach.

32:00: Very close! Harriers are imperious and hit Woking on the break. Chris McPhee pulls the ball back to Matthew Barnes-Homer and the super confident forward sends a first-time effort just wide.

29:00: Harriers carve out another good chance. This time Darryl Knights powers into the box and as he tries to square the ball to the waiting Matthew Barnes-Homer he's denied by desperate defending. Chris McPhee's follow-up is over the bar.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 28:00: Goal! Matthew Barnes-Homer doubles Harriers' lead with a low rifled shot from 12-yards out. Keith Lowe's cross was excellent and after Woking failed to clear, the forward rifled it into the bottom right corner.

27:00: Adam Bartlett comfortably takes a free-kick from Joe Anderson.

26:00: Goma Lambu's left wing cross comes off a Harriers player for Woking's first corner. Oliver Bozanic's set-piece flies out of play.

24:00: Harriers have been the better side by some margin. Luke Jones has a shot saved by Danny Knowles.

22:00: Matthew Barnes-Homer reaches Keith Lowe's cross from the right but his header lacks power and the keeper takes easily.

20:00: That was a greatr finish by Keith Lowe. He's scored a couple from set-pieces but that was a cunning effort by the defender.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 18:00: Goal! Chris McPhee is brought down by Paul Lorraine's heavy tackle on the edge of the box. From the free-kick 20-yards out, Keith Lowe curls a low shot past Danny Knowles. The perfect start!

13:00: Strong defending by Mark Creighton who puts Liam Marum as he wriggles free in Harriers' box.

12:00: Matthew Barnes-Homer shoots just a fraction wide. It was a great 20-yard pass by Chris McPhee and the striker tore past Daniel Sintim but his low hard effort flew past a post. Close.

11:00: Dean Bennett tries to set up a Harriers counter-attack but his long pass is out of play.

10:00: Justin Richards knocks the ball forward into the area and Darryl Knights chases but keeper Danny Knowles takes comfortably.

8:00: From the resulting free-kick, Matthew Barnes-Homer jumps high to reach Keith Lowe's ball and heads over the bar.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 7:00: Yellow card Daniel Sintim is booked. And Justin Richards is ordered to calm down by the official.

6:00: Justin Richards is fouled clumsily by Daniel Sintim and the striker gets up and has to be strained by his team-mates as he tries to go for the defender.

3:00: Harriers have started brightly and Chris McPhee sees a low shot from the edge of the area blocked.

0:00: Good evening Harriers faithful and welcome to Shuttle Online's live coverage of Harriers v Woking at Kingfield. Mark Yates has made two changes from the side that drew at York. Luke Jones is handed his first start in the league since the home loss at Cambridge in central defence. He replaces Martin Riley, who has a slight hamstring niggle. Lee Baker has recovered from his illness and replaces Craig Armstrong at right-back.

0:00: Woking boss Phil Gilchrist has kept the same starting XI which lost 1-0 to Cambridge on Monday. That means Danny Knowles is in goal, Paul Lorraine and Daniel Sintim are centrebacks. Michael Kamara is on the right of defence, while Joe Anderson is on the left. The four man midfield has Matt Pattison on the left wing, Goma Lambu the right. Up front the Cards have Wilfried Domoraud and Liam Marum up front.

0:00: If Harriers keep an eighth successive clean sheet then it will equal a league record held jointly by Stevenage Borough and Colchester. Keeper Adam Bartlett has been named Blue Square Premier's player of the month for March because of that run.

0:00: Victory tonight would lift Harriers above Stevenage into the fifth place and the play-offs. Fingers crossed...


  • Woking
  • Phil Gilchrist
  • Bradley Quamina
  • Daniel Sintim
  • Danny Knowles
  • Goma Lambu
  • Joe Anderson
  • Liam Marum
  • Matt Pattison
  • Michael Kamara
  • Oliver Bozanic
  • Paul Lorraine
  • Wilfried Domoraud
  • Colin Miles
  • Joel Ledgister
  • Paolo Vernazza
  • Rob Elvins
  • Ross Worner
  • Kidderminster Harriers
  • Mark Yates
  • Adam Bartlett
  • Chris McPhee
  • Darryl Knights
  • Dean Bennett
  • Justin Richards
  • Keith Lowe
  • Lee Baker
  • Luke Jones
  • Mark Creighton
  • Matthew Barnes-Homer
  • Russell Penn
  • Brian Smikle
  • Craig Armstrong
  • Martin Brittain
  • Michael Carr
  • Stefan Moore

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