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Impressive Harriers blow away house of Cards

Kidderminster Shuttle:

8:00pm Thursday 16th October 2014

Woking 2, Harriers 3

A DEVASTATING display saw Harriers inflict Woking’s first home defeat in the Vanarama Conference on Saturday.

Harriers fly high but fail to make it count

Kidderminster Shuttle: HARRIERS experienced their first home defeat of the 2014-15 season when they were edged out by the Mariners. Gary Whild's side had created a host of chances but were shot down by substitute Rhys Oates' fine strike in the 85th minute.

1:16pm Thursday 16th October 2014

Harriers 0, Grimsby 1

A FRUSTRATING Saturday for Harriers was summed up perfectly by defender Kevin Nicholson.

Rampant Reds turn up the Gash on spirited Alty

Kidderminster Shuttle:

1:05pm Thursday 16th October 2014

Harriers 4, Altrincham 0

Whild laments Harriers' unacceptable defending

Kidderminster Shuttle:

12:59pm Thursday 16th October 2014

Braintree 2, Harriers 0

HARRIERS endured a miserable trip to Essex as they came back empty-handed on Saturday.

Whild laments drop in standards at Southport

Kidderminster Shuttle: HARRIERS recorded the second consecutive home win as they saw off a spirited Dartford outfit. Kyle Storer scored the game's only goal but Craig Reid had two efforts ruled out for offside. Victory means Kidderminster have seven points from their first thre

12:57pm Thursday 16th October 2014

Southport 1, Harriers 0

GARY Whild felt Harriers let their high standards slip as they suffered their first defeat in the Vanarama Conference this season on Tuesday night.

Strikers hit their mark to sink Heed

Kidderminster Shuttle:

12:00pm Thursday 25th September 2014

Harriers 2, Gateshead 1

HARRIERS waited six games for a striker’s goal and then two come along at once.

Byrne on target as Harrier give ill boss a lift

Kidderminster Shuttle: On target: Jack Byrne

12:16pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Dover 0, Harriers 1

A THOROUGHLY deserved victory in Kent highlighted how important it is Harriers’ current financial worries do not de-rail the efforts of Gary Whild’s squad.

Harriers stunned by Burr’s Blues revival

Kidderminster Shuttle:

12:10pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Harriers 2, Chester 2

HARRIERS fell victim to a Steve Burr fightback as they allowed a two-goal lead to slip on Bank Holiday Monday.

Amazing fourth clean sheet secures point

12:03pm Thursday 4th September 2014

MACCLESFIELD TOWN 0 HARRIERS 0

ROCK solid Kidderminster continued their impressive defensive record at Moss Rose on Saturday, writes Peter McKinney.

Harriers savour best start in 24 years

Kidderminster Shuttle:

12:25pm Thursday 21st August 2014

Harriers 1, Dartford 0

THE last time Harriers picked up seven points from their first three league games, Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister but the Aggborough outfit aren’t getting too carried away.

Dunkley’s deadly double seals Harriers' perfect start

Kidderminster Shuttle:

12:03pm Thursday 14th August 2014

Harriers 3, Alfreton 0

WHO needs the funk when Harriers have got the Dunk?

Harriers begin campaign with credible away draw

Kidderminster Shuttle:

11:47am Thursday 14th August 2014

Lincoln 0, Harriers 0

A POINT at an unhappy hunting ground represented a solid start to the Vanarama Conference for Gary Whild’s Harriers on Saturday.

Whild hails goalscorer Blissett

Kidderminster Shuttle: Nathan Blissett

2:12pm Sunday 13th April 2014

BOSS Gary Whild saluted substitute Nathan Blissett for helping Harriers stay in the Skrill Premier play-off race with a vital 2-0 victory over Welling United at Aggborough.

Jack’s the lad as Reds claim frustrating draw

Kidderminster Shuttle: Byrne notice: Jack Byrne savours his goal with Nick Wright and Mickey Demetriou.  Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

12:18pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Harriers 1, Southport 1

IF Harriers are to achieve their goal of reaching the Football League they need to find more of the other kind to make it happen.

Whild hails battling point as Harriers stifle Shots

12:11pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Aldershot 0, Harriers 0

GARY Whild hailed hardy Harriers after they earned a battling point at bogey side Aldershot on Tuesday night.

Classy Gash keeps Reds resurgence alive

Kidderminster Shuttle: HARRIERS' revival under new manager Gary Whild continued as Kidderminster edged out their rivals for the play-offs thanks to Michael Gash's winner. Bees keeper Graham Stack was also shown a straight red card late on for catching winger Marvin Johnson in t

12:09pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Harriers 1, Barnet 0

SUCH has been Harriers’ revival even the BBC’s former king of the swing-o-meter Peter Snow would be impressed.

Harriers create fantastic homecoming for Whild

Kidderminster Shuttle: Amari Morgan-Smith savours his goal. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

12:03pm Thursday 27th March 2014

Harriers 2, Macclesfield 1

GARY Whild made a winning return from his Aggborough exile as Harriers mixed sublime goals with dogged defending on Tuesday night.

Attacking display raises supporters’ spirits

Kidderminster Shuttle: Star performer: Adrian Cieslewicz

11:57am Thursday 27th March 2014

Wrexham 1, Harriers 1

A DRAW felt more like a victory for fluent football as new manager Gary Whild laid the template for Harriers’ potential resurgence on Saturday.

Harriers succumb to Cambridge fight back

Kidderminster Shuttle: First goal of the season: Anthony Malbon had fired Harriers ahead with a spectacular goal.

12:33pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Cambridge 5, Harriers 1

NEW boss Gary Whild has several issues he must address to get misfiring Harriers back on track.

Thorn sets out case for the attack as Cards collapse

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers skipper Kyle Storer savours his fine strike. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

12:26pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Harriers 2, Woking 0

MANAGER Andy Thorn laid his attacking cards on the table as Harriers injected life back into their Skrill Premier play-off push on Tuesday night.

Morgan-Smith brace sparks Reds fight back

Kidderminster Shuttle: Amari Morgan-Smith savours one of his goals at Harriers. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

12:20pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Harriers 2, Braintree 2

STRONG leadership is desperately needed to try and heal the wounds which have torn Harriers apart.

Imps pile more woe on Harriers

Kidderminster Shuttle: Chey Dunkley has been selected for England C's clash against Latvia. Picture: MIRIAM BALFRY

11:39am Thursday 20th February 2014

Lincoln City 2, Harriers 0

HARRIERS’S season is at a crossroads.

Harriers shine bright at Stadium of Light

Kidderminster Shuttle: HARRIERS produced up an almighty effort to frustrate Premier League side Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. They exited the FA Cup in the Fourth Round thanks to Charis Mavrias' fifth minute strike but a determined display frustrated their illustrious opp

2:41pm Thursday 30th January 2014

Sunderland 1, Harriers 0

THE story of how plucky Harriers gave the Premier League millionaires of Sunderland a fright will be told by generations of fans.

Superb Harriers enter FA Cup wonderland

Kidderminster Shuttle: Michael Gash celebrates his goal against Peterborough.

12:46pm Thursday 16th January 2014

Peterborough United 2 Kidderminster Harriers 3

MAGNIFICENT Harriers polished off League One Posh to write another chapter in the club’s impressive FA Cup history.

Lolley good show for new boss Andy

Kidderminster Shuttle: New man in the hot-set: Andy Thorn

12:30pm Thursday 16th January 2014

Harriers 3, Salisbury City 0

WONDERKID Joe Lolley bagged a stunning hat trick to ensure Andy Thorn got off to a winning start in the Harriers’ hot seat on Saturday.

Humbled Harriers suffer a nightmare at Hatters

Kidderminster Shuttle: Chey Dunkley has been selected for England C's clash against Latvia. Picture: MIRIAM BALFRY

10:42am Thursday 2nd January 2014

Luton 6, Harriers 0

HARRIERS’ weaknesses were horribly exposed by an utterly ruthless Luton side on a sombre Saturday.

Brilliant first half goals send Bulls packing

Kidderminster Shuttle: Oh Danny boy! Danny Jackman celebrates his eye-catching goal with Amari Morgan-Smith and Joe Lolley.

10:39am Thursday 2nd January 2014

Harriers 2, Hereford 1

Leaky Harriers suffer a malaise at Mariners

Kidderminster Shuttle: Driving force: Danny Jackman came close to scoring.

10:29am Thursday 2nd January 2014

Grimsby Town 3, Harriers 1

STEVE Burr wants Harriers’ defence to find their inner-Scrooge again after they paid the price for costly errors at the back.

Harriers stunned by Alfreton fight back

10:22am Thursday 2nd January 2014

Harriers 1, Alfreton 3

LEE Fowler admitted ten men Harriers the price for complacency after Alfreton inflicted only their second home defeat on Saturday.

WOKING 1 HARRIERS 0 - REPORT

9:37pm Tuesday 10th December 2013

Harriers inconsistent away form reared its ugly head again on Tuesday evening as they went down to a narrow, frustrating 1-0 defeat at Woking's Kingfield Stadium.

Magnificent Harriers revel in FA Cup glory

Kidderminster Shuttle: INSPIRED Harriers stunned League Two side Newport County to power into round three of the FA Cup. Braces for Callum Gittings and Michael Gash saw Kidderminster record their first win over a Football League side in the competition since beating Preston in

11:52am Thursday 12th December 2013

Harriers 4, Newport County 2

ALL hail Harriers’ triumphant FA Cup heroes!

Harriers are too strong for Lambs

Kidderminster Shuttle: HARRIERS out gunned Tamworth in a goal-laden Skrill Premier clash. 
First half efforts for Anthony Malbon and Joe Lolley did not reflect Kidderminster's dominance as Tamworth keeper Cameron Belford produced a slew of saves.
The game went mad in the seco

11:42am Thursday 28th November 2013

Harriers 5, Tamworth 3

THE score suggests a thriller but in reality Harriers never looked in danger of losing to their relegation battling Midlands rivals.

Ice cool Harriers douse Dragons

Kidderminster Shuttle: Dunks does it again: Chey Dunkley heads in Harriers' third goal. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

11:47am Thursday 21st November 2013

Harriers 3, Wrexham 1

DEFENDER Danny Jackman hailed Harriers’ cool heads as they successfully rode out a bad tempered clash to get back on track in the Skrill Premier.

Macc comeback frustrates Reds

11:43am Thursday 21st November 2013

Macclesfield 1, Harriers 1

STEVE Burr felt Harriers were unlucky not to earn all three points on a frustrating Tuesday night in the Skrill Premier.

Harriers cruise into the next round

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11:41am Thursday 21st November 2013

Harriers 4, Sutton 1

HARRIERS’ FA Cup joy runneth over after a stunning display booked their place in the second round on Saturday.

Burr-less Reds are stung by the Bees

Kidderminster Shuttle: At the helm: Assistant boss Gary Whild was in charge of Saturday’s game in Steve Burr’s absence. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

11:30am Thursday 7th November 2013

Barnet 1, Harriers 0 HARRIERS suffered their first defeat in nine games but it was the situation surrounding manager Steve Burr which was the real talking point on Saturday.

Harriers sneak into next round

Kidderminster Shuttle: l C’mon! Amari Morgan-Smith celebrates putting Harriers into the lead in extra-time against Bradford Park Avenue. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

12:07pm Thursday 31st October 2013

Harriers 2, Bradford Park Avenue 1 (AET)

FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round replay

HARRIERS scraped into the FA Cup first round as they finally saw off spirited Bradford in extra-time on Tuesday but manager Steve Burr was in no mood to celebrate.

Byrne saves the day for Burr’s men

Kidderminster Shuttle: In the thick of it: Jamie Grimes gets stuck in at Bradford. Picture supplied by the Telegraph and Argus

12:03pm Thursday 31st October 2013

Bradford Park Avenue 1, Harriers 1

FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round

JACK Byrne ensured Harriers remained in the FA Cup on a day when the gods of football did their best to cause a shock in Yorkshire on Sunday.

Gash delighted to be back

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers rose to sixth in the table after seeing off bottom side Hyde 2-1 at Aggborough, thanks to first half goals for Anthony Malbon and Michael Gash.

11:03am Sunday 20th October 2013

MICHAEL Gash admitted he was “happy to be back” after coming off the bench to play a major role in Harriers’ crushing Skrill Premier victory over Lincoln City at Aggborough.

Goal spree keeps Harriers in second spot

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers rose to sixth in the table after seeing off bottom side Hyde 2-1 at Aggborough, thanks to first half goals for Anthony Malbon and Michael Gash.

5:10pm Saturday 19th October 2013

Harriers notched their third win in a row by beating Lincoln 4-1 at Aggborough to maintain second spot in the Skrill Premier.

Southport 1 Kidderminster Harriers 2

Kidderminster Shuttle: Nathan Blissett

5:08pm Saturday 12th October 2013

First-half goals from Joe Lolley and Nathan Blissett were enough to allow Kidderminster Harriers to end Southport’s unbeaten home record.

'We raised the bar in big style' - Whild

Kidderminster Shuttle: Skipper Kyle Storer heads last night's equaliser to start a thrilling Harriers comeback. PICTURE: ADRIAN HOSKINS

9:39am Wednesday 9th October 2013

AMARI Morgan-Smith scored twice as Harriers roared into second place in the Skrill Premier table by storming to their biggest win of the season.

Harriers move up to second in table

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9:44pm Tuesday 8th October 2013

Amari Morgan-Smith helped himself to his first two goals of the season to steer Harriers to their biggest win of the campaign as they beat Forest Green 4-1 in a thrilling match at Aggborough tonight.

Harriers miss chance to go second

9:52pm Friday 27th September 2013

Harriers kept their second clean sheet in a week but just could but find the spark to get the win that would have taken them into second spot in the Skrill Premier.

Lolley is star performer as Harriers move third

Kidderminster Shuttle: Joe Lolley bags Harriers' third goal. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

9:51am Wednesday 25th September 2013

JOE Lolley came in for praise from Harriers’ management and players for his stunning goal in Tuesday night’s well-deserved 2-0 win over FC Halifax Town at Aggborough.

Grimes helps to silence Lambs

Kidderminster Shuttle: Good debut: Jamie Grimes was thrust into action at Tamworth. Picture: MIRIAM BALFRY

10:02am Thursday 19th September 2013

Tamworth 0, Harriers 3

PATIENCE has been a virtue for Harriers’ fans and defender Jamie Grimes but they both got what they wanted as Kidderminster romped to an impressive victory on Tuesday night.

Not a Hyde-ing to nothing

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers rose to sixth in the table after seeing off bottom side Hyde 2-1 at Aggborough, thanks to first half goals for Anthony Malbon and Michael Gash.

9:58am Thursday 19th September 2013

Harriers 2, Hyde 1

HITMEN Michael Gash and Anthony Malbon gave their confidence a boost as Harriers edged past Skrill Premier bottom side Hyde on Saturday.

We’ve got to get better – Mickey

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11:34am Thursday 5th September 2013

Harriers 0, Luton 2

DEFENDER Mickey Demetriou has insisted last season’s brilliant form counts for nothing after they were shot down by bogey side Luton on Saturday.

Referee ‘hands’ it to Nuneaton

Kidderminster Shuttle: First goal of the season: Anthony Malbon had fired Harriers ahead with a spectacular goal.

11:47am Thursday 5th September 2013

Nuneaton 2, Harriers 1

A CONTROVERSIAL late goal ensured Harriers tasted defeat on Bank Holiday Monday.

Lolley sweetens Chester scrap

Kidderminster Shuttle: Joe Lolley bags Harriers' third goal. Picture: ADRIAN HOSKINS

11:42am Thursday 5th September 2013

Harriers 3, Chester 1

JOE Lolley sweetened a scrappy victory with his first Harriers goal to savour a memorable home debut on Saturday.



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