SALISBURY V HARRIERS

  • Kick off: 7:45am Tue 11 Aug 09
  • Referee:
  • Venue: Raymond McEnhill Stadium
Final score:
Salisbury 7 - 0 Kidderminster Harriers

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 93:00: Final whistle It's over! Harriers suffer their first ever loss at Salisbury. Mark Yates' side were a lot better in the first half but rarely troubled the home side.

89:00: Kyle Hadley does well to get himself into a good shooting position but screws his shot from the edge of the area wide. It's frenetic now.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 87:00: Substitution Salisbury - Bradley Gray is replaced by Toby Osman.

83:00: Another good save by Dean Coleman who sticks out a hand to keep out Tubbs' excellent shot. The Salisbury striker had powered down the left and unleashed a brilliant right-foot shot that seemed destined to fly into the back of the net.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 80:00: Substitution Centreback Tom Sharpe comes on for Lee Baker.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 75:00: Yellow card Martin Riley's frustrations get the better of him when he fouls Matt Tubbs and gets booked for his efforts.

Kidderminster Shuttle: yellow card 75:00: Yellow card Martin Riley's frustrations get the better of him when he fouls Matt Tubbs and gets booked for his efforts.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 70:00: Substitution Salisbury substition - Chris Flood for Ryan O'Hara.

68:00: Lee Baker has his foot up high and concedes a free-kick 25-yards out. Matt Tubbs' shot hits the wall.

65:00: The away side are trying to apply some pressure but at the moment they can't find any cohesion. Chris McPhee sees a cross from the left too high and wide.

60:00: Dean Bennett has Harriers' first shot on target when he rasping 25-yard free-kick canons off a Harriers player and goes wide.

Kidderminster Shuttle: substitution 58:00: Substitution Off come Darryl Knights and David McDermott for Kyle Hadley and John Finnigan.

55:00: John Finnigan and Kyle Hadley start warming up for Harriers.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Goal icon 52:00: Goal! Harriers trail! Dan Webb rises to meet Rob Sinclair's free-kick and loops a good header over the keeper. Just when it looked as though Harriers were getting back into the game.

51:00: Chris McPhee has dropped back, so Harriers have a more solid 4-4-2 formation, it's already working as the visitors win a corner. Darryl Knights' delivery is headed away by Matt Tubbs.

48:00: Better by Harriers. Brian Smikle sends in a cross from the left and Chris McPhee dives to head it wide.

48:00: Better by Harriers. Brian Smikle sends in a cross from the left and Chris McPhee dives to head it wide.

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 48:00: Half time Better by Harriers. Brian Smikle sends in a cross from the left and Chris McPhee dives to head it wide.

46:00: Manager Mark Yates' options to change things around are slightly limited. To pep up his attack he can add the inexperienced Kyle Hadley or bring on veteran John Finnigan. Whatever he does, Harriers need to concentrate from the whistle.

Kidderminster Shuttle: whistle icon 45:00: Half time Plus three: Harriers survive a shambolic first half unscathed.

43:00: Matthew Barnes-Homer's shot is deflected wide and Harriers have a corner. Darryl Knights' ball is is headed back to him by Martin Riley. He delivers another ball and Gavin Caines' header is well saved by the keeper.

40:00: For the first time Harriers get players in the box and Lee Baker whips in a strong cross that is a bit too high for everyone. A promising sign for the visitors.

39:00: Brian Smikle runs in behind Sean Clohessy runs but with no options he's eventually disposessed. Harriers look disjointed at the moment.

37:00: That's a weird moment. Duane Courtney sends in a cross from the right that the keeper James Bittner seems to tip wave behind for a corner. The referee blows for a goal kick. None of Harriers' players complain though.

36:00: Harriers are under pressure and Gavin Caines heads behind from a Rob Sinclair corner. From the next set-piece, Chris McPhee heads away at the near post.

28:00: Commentator's curse hits the keeper. He spills another excellent cross from Sean Clohessy and as Matt Tubbs pounces he does well to smother the ball at his feet. Phew!

28:00: Commentator's curse hits the keeper. He spills another excellent cross from Sean Clohessy and as Matt Tubbs pounces he does well to smother the ball at his feet. Phew!

27:00: Dean Coleman's confidence has really been boosted by that early double save. This time he takes Sean Clohessy's curling cross.

24:00: Good work by Matthew Barnes-Homer, who steals the ball off Robbie Sinclair and tries to release Chris McPhee but the speedy Jamie Turley recovers well and sets up a Salisbury attack.

19:00: Salisbury do look dangerous. This time Bradley Gray gets in front to meet Ryan O'Hara's cross but he heads behind under pressure from Gavin Caines.

18:00: Harriers have a free-kick and David McDermott tries to play a ball to Matthew Barnes-Homer in the box but he has to stretch and the keeper James Bittner takes it. At the other end the dangerous Matt Tubbs sees a 20-yard shot flies just wide.

16:00: Nice football by Harriers. Darryl Knights plays a neat one-two with Chris McPhee but Jamie Turley cuts the ball out.

13:00: Harriers are struggling to get going in an attacking sense. Brian Smikle tries to release Matthew Barnes-Homer on the left but his pass is inacurate and Harriers are pegged back.

6:00: Sorry about the delay folks, technical problems. That's nothing compared to a nervy Gavin Caines, who diverts Robbie Sinclair's cross to Tubbs by Harriers clear the danger.

5:00: Fantastic double save by Dean Coleman! First he saves Matt Tubbs' corner and then follows up to smother the ball as Tubbs tries to bundle in the loose ball. The spot kick came from a foul by Gavin Caines on Robbie Sinclair! Woof! What a start!

0:00: Whites coach Tommy Widdrington makes one change up front from the team which won at Rusden and Diamonds. Bradley Gray replaces striker Robbie Matthews, who has picked up a foot injury. James Bittner will be in goal, with Jamie Turley and Dan Webb centrebacks, flanked by Sean Clohessy on the right and Daniel Spence the left. In midfield, Salisbury have Rob Sinclair playing on the left wing, Stuart Anderson and Darrell Clarke in central positions and Ryan O'Hara on the right. Before kick-off Salisbury presented their new away kit to the home fans and in the Australian parlance it's a 'real beaut'. It's a bright tangerine orange and is on par with Newcastle United's now infamous away kit for the current season. Let's hope their football isn't quite as dazzling as that away shirt.

0:00: Evening Harriers faithful, welcome to our live match coverage at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium on a very nice Tuesday evening. Mark Yates' troops will be vying to make it two wins out of two in the Blue Square Premier. Mark Yates has made one change to the side which beat Hayes and Yeading only three days before, with Duane Courtney replacing Liam Dolman at right back. Otherwise, Chris McPhee plays up front with top scorer Matthew Barnes-Homer, with Darryl Knights behind. Harriers had to changes coaches on the way to tonight's game after the first one's air condition packed up. But there's no reason to get hot and bothered, Shuttle Online will keep you informed with what's happening.

TEAM LINE-UPS

  • Salisbury
  • MANAGER
  • Nick Holmes
  • PLAYERS
  • Bradley Gray
  • Daniel Spence
  • Daniel Webb
  • Darrell Clarke
  • James Bittner
  • Jamie Turley
  • Matt Tubbs
  • Robbie Sinclair
  • Ryan O'Hara
  • Sean Clohessy
  • Stuart Anderson
  • SUBSTITUTES
  • Ben Osman
  • Chris Flood
  • Patrick Cox
  • Toby Osman
  • Tommy Widdrington
  • Kidderminster Harriers
  • MANAGER
  • Steve Burr
  • PLAYERS
  • Chris McPhee
  • SUBSTITUTES
  • John Finnigan
  • Kyle Hadley
  • Tom Sharpe


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