Harriers v AFC Wimbledon
- Kick off: 3:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10
- Venue: Aggborough
- Final score:
- Kidderminster Harriers 2 - 0 AFC Wimbledon
4:49pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Final whistle It's over! Harriers fully deserved that, they were by far the better team. Ollie Thorne was named man of the match for a great defensive display but it was a fine all-round show. Harriers are unbeaten in six games now. As they walk off, the players acknowledge the fans' excellent support and are also given a standing ovation.
4:48pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Chris McPhee drives into the box and shoots wide.
4:47pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Substitution Harriers sub: Callum Gittings is replaced by Tom Shaw.
4:46pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Danny Kewell fouls Danny Lewis as they challenge for a high ball.
4:45pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Harriers have four minutes of extra-time to deal with.
4:38pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Tenacious play by Harriers. Matty Blair plays Marc Williams in. He striker's shot was saved by Seb Brown but the striker chases it up and turns it into goal, coming off a Wimbledon player in the process.
4:37pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Goal! Marc Williams scores!
4:35pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Steve Burr's a bit miffed that his team aren't holding the ball. It's a frenetic end to the game.
4:34pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Oliver Thorne clears Sam Hatton's low cross just in front of his own goal. Dangerous moment for Harriers.
4:32pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Substitution Lee Morris comes off after a good show. Marc Williams is his replacement.
4:30pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Goal! It's all going on here. First Ed Harris fouls Chris McPhee and escapes a second booking. Keith Briggs' free-kick is a good one and Ollie Thorne meets it with a fine header, that Seb Brown dives to his right to save.
4:28pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Substitution Harriers change: David Hankins is clapped off after a good display and is replaced by Matty Blair.
4:26pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Wimbledon have had a good spell but Callum Gittings wins a corner. It's cleared 30-yards out to Keith Briggs, who sees dipping effort go wide.
4:25pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Wimbledon dangerman Danny Kedwell hasd his first shot. He meets Ryan Jackson's cross at the far post with a header that Danny Lewis takes comfortably.
4:21pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Substitution Double change for visitors. Ricky Wellard and Jon Main on for Mark Nwokeji and Chris Bush.
4:19pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Yellow card Ed Harris fouls David Hankin and is rightly booked. Keith Briggs' free-kick falls to Ollie Thorne on the right, who wins a corner. Hankin swings the ball in and Thorne's far post header is desperately held by the keeper.
4:16pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Substitution Wimbo change: Andre Blackman on for Rashid Yussuff.
4:14pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Phew! David Hankin finds Keith Briggs, he hits a low first-time effort, that Seb Brown dives on. The keeper holds onto the ball as Lee Morris goes in.
4:13pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Keith Briggs sees a free-kick from anout 20-yards out curl just over the bar.
4:11pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Harriers are still looking very dangerous. Callum Gittings holds up the ball on left, goes past three players as he cuts in and slips ball to Jack Byrne on edge of box. His shot is blocked by a sliding Sammy Moore.
4:10pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Sammy Moore blazes over from edge of box.
4:07pm Sun 26 Sep 10: David Hankin goes very close. Harriers clear a Wimbo attack and Lee Morris wins the ball in the centrecircle. Keith Briggs does really well to slot Hankin free. The wideman powers forward and rolls a shot agonisingly wide rhe far post.
4:05pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Wimbledon are certainly more determined this half. Danny Kedwell wrestles Ollie Thorne to the ground as they battle for a long ball. The referee signals for a Harriers free-kick.
4:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Mark Nwokeji races forward and sees a shot blocked by a diving Ollie Thorne. The Wimbledon fans behind goal call for a penalty and go crazy when the referee signals for a corner.
3:47pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Half time An excellent first half display by Harriers. They deserved to be ahead and are making Wimbledon look very average.
3:45pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Lovely play by the hosts. Lee Morris raced onto a through ball on the right. He cuts in and left a defender for dead and squared the ball to Chris McPhee, who slammed home a fine shot.
3:44pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Goal! Chris McPhee scores!
3:42pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Lee Morris threads Mike Williams down the left with a fine pass. The defender shoots wide.
3:41pm Sun 26 Sep 10: From the free-kick, Keith Briggs plays Lee Vaughan down the right. His cross is a good one but Chris McPhee heads over.
3:40pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Yellow card Lee Morris is fouled by Fraser Franks' late challenge.
3:38pm Sun 26 Sep 10: First real wobble for Harriers. Steven Gregory outfoxes Oliver Thorne and drives to edge of box. Danny Kedwell is free but the Wimbledon midfielder hesitates and Lee Vaughan makes a crucial tackle.
3:37pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Chris McPhee also sees a shot from the edge of the box blocked. Harriers looking the better side.
3:35pm Sun 26 Sep 10: So close! Keith Briggs can't quite to put the finishing touches to a good move. Callum Gittings' cross is a good one and Harriers' captain leaps over his marker and heads wide.
3:32pm Sun 26 Sep 10: More good play by the home side. This time Keith Briggs breaks from midfield and plays Lee Morris down the left but no Harriers player gets into the box and the opportunity is missed.
3:30pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Harriers have done such a good defensive job that WImbledon are looking a bit clueless. Chris Bush's leftwing cross is high and wide.
3:27pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Harriers are playing all the football now. There's a lovely move with Dave Hankin playing Lee Vaughan down the right. He's blocked by Chris Bush.
3:26pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Keith Briggs drives forward and the ball comes off a Wimbledon player. Thirty yards out David Hankin's lob is very wide.
3:24pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Keith Briggs swaps passes with Chris McPhee in midfield and drives forward the halfway line. His firm shot is blocked by Fraser Franks.
3:22pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Mike Williams and Ryan Jackson are told off by the referee after a bout of handbags, no bookings though.
3:16pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Chris Bush is given the space to run forward and try a 20-yard effort that Danny Lewis takes casually.
3:11pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Harriers go on the attack. Jack Byrne played Lee Morris down the right flank. The striker does well to race free and send in a low cross. Chris McPhee slides in but keeper Seb Brown dives on the ball.
3:06pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Good pressure by Harriers here. David Hankin's looping cross is put behind by Seb Brown for a corner. The ball is headed behind by Chris Bush for a second. This time, Callum Gittings' delivery is long. Harriers do well to retain the ball and Lee Vaughan sends in a cross that Jack Byrne heads over.
3:05pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Lee Morris chases a long ball forward. Keeper Seb Brown comes out and seems to handle the ball outside the area.
3:04pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Good defending by Oliver Thorne. He does well to muscle Sammy Moore off the ball in the box. Both sides struggling to get into their flow.
3:01pm Sun 26 Sep 10: No real action to speak of. It's pretty even so far.
3:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10: It's a tough one today, Wimbledon can go top today if they avoid defeat. For Harriers their 17th after yesterday's round of matches and the points would be handy to move them up the table.
3:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10: WImbledon have made two changes from the side that beat Crawley 2-1 on Thursday. Rashid Yussuff comes in for Ricky Wellard, while Jon Main finds himself on the bench as Mark Nwokeji comes in. Terry Burton has Seb Brown in goal, with a back four of Sam Hatton (RB), Fraser Franks (CB), Ed Harris (CB) and Chris Bush (LB). In central midfield, Wimbledon have Sammy Moore and Steven Gregory, with Yussuff and Jackson on the flanks. Danny Kedwell, who has scored nine goals this season, partners Nwokeji up front.
3:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Afternoon folks! Welcome to our live coverage on a drab Sunday. Harriers boss Steve Burr keeps the same side that drew at Fleetwood.
3:00pm Sun 26 Sep 10: Shuttle Online will have team news and live match updates from Harriers' Conference Premier clash against AFC Wimbledon on Sunday.
- Kidderminster Harriers
- Steve Burr
- Callum Gittings
- Chris McPhee
- Danny Lewis
- David Hankin
- Jack Byrne
- Keith Briggs
- Lee Morris
- Lee Vaughan
- Michael Briscoe
- Mike Williams
- Ollie Thorne
- Andy Stevens
- Marc Williams
- Mark Albrighton
- Matty Blair
- Tom Shaw
- AFC Wimbledon
- Terry Brown
- Chris Bush
- Danny Kedwell
- Ed Harris
- Fraser Franks
- Mark Nwokeji
- Rashid Yussuff
- Ryan Jackson
- Sammy Moore
- Samuel Hatton
- Seb Brown
- Steven Gregory
- Andre Blackman
- Jack Turner
- Jon Main
- Reece Jones
- Ricky Wellard