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- Harriers 3
- Cheltenham 0
- Nathan Blissett fires Harriers ahead in the sixth minute
- Jack Byrne doubles home side's lead in the 37th minute
- Craig Reid sweeps home third in the 41st
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That is it! It has been a great way for Harriers to wrap up a testing pre-season programme. Kidderminster were very good in the first half, looked very sharp against a Robins side which appeared off the pace.
But there were a host of postives including Blissett's form, Obeng's eye-catching contributions and the back four looking very solid.
Hopefully this performance augurs well for the 2014-15 Vanaram Conference Premier. We will see at Lincoln City next week!
We are into time added on, the second half has been a non-event compared to a lively first.
Another Chelt change as Bobby Dale replaces Gornell in the 87th minute.
More changes for both sides. Jas Singh is on for Lewis in Kiddy's goal and for the away team, Jack Deaman replaces Steve Elliott.
Callum Gittings is replaced by Jamie Grimes in the 80th minute.
77- Jake Green replaces Kyle Storer. Callum Gittings will now play in central midfield with Green on the right.
75- It has been a quiet second half but Callum Gittings sees a well hit effort fly just side. The referee signals for a corner. Kyle Storer's effort is cleared.
66- Danny Lewis saves from Terry Gornell.
66- Reece Styche and Michael Gash on for Nathan Blissett and Craig. Reid.
The away side make three changes. Andy Howarth replaces Sterling-James, Joe Hanks is on for Asa Hall and Koby Arthur is on for Richards.
63- Chance for Cheltenham. Troy Brown gets underneath a cross from Gornell and header over.
60- Jack Byrne blocks a shot from Asa Hall and Omari Sterling-James hammers an effort over the bar.
55 Reece Hales replaces Ahmed Obeng.
Change at half-time for away side. Craig Braham-Barrett replaces Paul Black.
We are off again!
That is the break. Harriers have been very good and Cheltenham not great. Fans have been worried about Kiddy's lack of creativity but they have carved open a Robins defence which has been leaky to say the least.
Chance! Nicholson tests Carson with a well hit free-kick.
Two goals in three minutes puts Kiddy firmly in charge.
First, Obeng accepted Blissett's knock down in the 37th minute and finds Byrne, who side foots home.
Lee Vaughan then fouls Obeng on the right Wong the concedes a free-kick. It was a needless challenge which Harriers punished well. Nicholson sends in a low free-kick which Reid sweeps home to make it 3-0.
Goal! Reid! Harriers 3-0 up!
37- Cheltenham forward Terry Gornell has a shot from distance but it's wide!
33- Cheltenham are on top now and Matt Richards delivers a great cross to the right post but Chey Dunkley just gets a head to it before Asa Hall can make contact.
29- Cheltenham finally have a shot when Steve Taylor fires in a low 25-yard effort which Lewis scrambles to reach but in the end saves well.
23- Mark Yates has a word with his players from the technical area, he's not very happy with his team's performance.
Disallowed goal!Blissett rises to meet a ball from deep and heads it into the back of the net but whistle blows for offside.
16- Save! Blissett spins onto a loose ball 25-yards out and hammers in a dipping shot which Carson tips over the bar.
12- Corner to Harriers, who continue to be on top. Reid's delivery reaches the box but is headed away.
Good goal by big Nathan Blissett. The power house hitman bull dozes his way through a crowd and fires in a shot which takes a deflection and beats keeper Trevor Carson.
6- Goal! Blissett!
4- Free-kick to Harriers. Josh Gowling stretches and forces a corner.
Reid's corner is headed away.
27 seconds into the game and Craig Reid gets into the box and fires in a shot but Trevor Carson punches away.
We are off!
Lee Vaughan starts for Cheltenham. The powerful right back has already proving to be a big hit for the Robins in pre-season. A popular figure for Kidderminster over four years, he could not resist the chance to play in the SkyBet League Two.
Also returning to Aggborough is Town boss Mark Yates, who guided Kiddy to the FA Vase final in the 2006-07 season.
Kevin Nicholson starts again for Harriers. The former Torquay man is still looking for a new club and this is his second consecutive start for Harriers.
Otherwise, Nathan Blissett starts up front with Craig Reid, while Ahmed Obeng starting as an understudy for the injured Marvin Johnson.
Kyle Storer returns to action after missing out at against Shrewsbury, while Chey Dunkley also starts after his mid week substitute appearance.
Cheltenham: Carson, Vaughan, Brown, Elliott, Richards, Harrison, Gornell, Hall, Black, Sterling-James.
Subs: Bedwell, Braham-Barrett, Deanman, Hanks, Dale, Howarth.
Harriers: Lewis, Hodgkiss, Gowling, Dunkley, Nicholson, Byrne, Gittings, Obeng, Blissett, Reid, Storer.
Subs: Singh, Grimes, Green, Gash, Hales, Styche.
RT @kevnicho3: @BenHudspith2 I'm here, I don't know the team though. Great football weather!! See you this aft!!— @PeteMc78 02 August 2014
No team new yet but Kevin Nicholson, who played against Shrewsbury, has confirmed via Twitter he is present at Aggborough.
Good afternoon, I have arrived at Aggborough. It is a cool afternoon and we'd had a bit of rain but the clouds seem to have parted and the sun is out.
Good evening folks, I will be back from 2pm with build-up to Kidderminster's final friendly tomorrow.
It looks as though Aman Verma and Marvin Johnson will miss out because of injury but after being rested against Shrewsbury in mid-week, Chey Dunkley and Kyle Storer will return to the fray.
Lee Vaughan returns to his old stomping ground after swapping Harriers for the Robins but Asa Hall is a doubt because of an Achilles problem.