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Harriers v Woking
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- Harriers 2
- Woking 0
- Amari Morgan-Smith fires Harriers ahead in the opening 45 seconds.
- Kyle Storer's free-kick makes it 2-0 in the 69th minute
- KEEP up with the action as Harriers tackle Woking at home tonight with The Shuttle's live match updates (7.45pm ko).
That is it! In the end Harriers could have won by four or five goals. Victory was their first in the Skrill Premier since Januay 11 and leaves
Close! Malbon heads goalwards but his downward header hits the bar!
Close! Cieslewicz drives into the box but is denied by Howe.
Close! AMS pounces on a loose ball and fierce in a shot but Howe does well to save his left-footed effort.
First change for Harriers as Callum Gittings replaces Jack Byrne in the 81st minute.
Goal disallowed! Nathan Vaughan does really well to dive to his right and get a hand to Josh Payne's thumping effort. The ball comes out to Beckles who scores but the referee blows because several Woking players are off side during the melee.
Great headed clearance by Gowling from a Betsy cross.
Reece Beckles is Woking's second change and he replaces first sub Sole.
Kyle Storer sweeps a lovely low free-kick which bent around the wall into the bottom right corner.
67- Free-kick to Harriers about 23 yards out.
66- Anthony Malbon spins and shoots wide.
64- Storer thumps in a strong shot but it flies wide.
61- Harriers are seeing more of the ball but have not created a great amount. Cieslewicz tries a shot but it is easy for Howe.
52-Woking pushing here. Gowling clears a cross from Kevin Betsy.
The second half gets under way and Mickey Denetriou drives forward but shoots well wide.
That is the break! It has been a decent first half wih both sides looking capable of scoring. Harriers have had the better chances and Cieslewicz has looked sharp.
The atmosphere has been good also. The early goal settled any nerves and silenced any potential dissenters in the crowd.
More good work by Harriers as they are awarded a free-kick on edge of box.
Storer does a comedy run but Danny Jackman curls his shot over the bar.
Two minutes of time added on.
44- Harriers create another chance. His time Malbon finds Cieslewicz, who fires in a shot which Howe does well to save.
40 Gowling is booked for a foul.
Birmingham City boss Lee Clarke is here tonight.
36- Cieslewicz is having his best game for Harriers since joining. He goes for goal from 20 yards but his shot is well wide.
35- Phew! Storer whips in a wicked free-kick from left and evades a crowded box. All it needed was a touch for a Kiddy goal.
34- A mix up by Gowling and Vaughan concedes a corner but O'Keefe heads away powerfully.
32- josh Gowling impedes the keeper, who drops the ball. The defender sees a shot blocked but the referee blows for a foul.
30- This is better by Harriers, who work ball around well. Malbon pulls it back to Storer butnhisneffort on edge of box is blocked.
29- Nathan Vaughan does well to pluck a swirling long range shot from Josh Payne.
26- So far, Harriers look solid but are bing pushed back by Woking.
24- Woking a having a spell of pressure now and Harriers defend a corner.
20- Save! Cards keeper Aaron Howe rushes out to block Byrne's shot after a nod down from AMS.
18- What a miss. Jack Marriott chases a long ball out of defence, controls the ball and as Nathan Vaughan rushes up of the box he lobs the ball agonisingly wide. Should have been a Woking leveller.
Not much has happened since the goal. Both teams are keen to break with pace but have yet to test the keepers.
Early change for Woking as the injured McNerney comes off for Guiseppe Sole.
Harriers open the scoring in the 45th second of the game. Adrian Cieslewicz races down the right and sends in a fizzing low ball which Amari Morgan-Smith side foots home.
Andy Thorn makes two changes from the side which drew with Braintree.
Two-goal hero Amari Morgan-Smith replaces Freddie Ladapo and Jack Byrne starts ahead of Santiago Aloi.
Woking: Howe, Nutter, Ricketts, McNerney, Betsy, Cestor, Payne, Rendell, Goddard, Marriott, Murtagh.
Subs: Sole, McNamee, Beasant, Bryce, Beckles.
Harriers: N Vaughan, Demetriou, Storer, Dunkley, Byrne, Malbon, Jackman, Morgan-Smith, O'Keefe, Cieslewicz, Gowling.
Subs: Lewis, Grimes, Gittings, Rowe, Aloi.
Good evening folks. I will be back with all the team news in a while.
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