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Goal spree keeps Harriers in second spot
5:10pm Saturday 19th October 2013 in Reports
Harriers notched their third win in a row by beating Lincoln 4-1 at Aggborough to maintain second spot in the Skrill Premier.
Lincoln arrived with an impressive defensive record, bettered only by leaders Cambridge, but they were torn to shreds by a rampant home side in the second half.
Michael Gash, who was an early substitute for injured Nathan Blissett, put them ahead when he rocketed a free-kick into the top corner in the 42nd minute.
An own goal from visiting defender Andrew Boyce gave the home side a two-goal cushion in the 55th minute after good work by Joe Lolley and skipper Kyle Storer blasted home a third from 20 yards from Gash's pass 13 minutes later.
Lincoln were crumbling at that point but pulled themselves together and cut the deficit in the 80th mnute when former Harrier Nick Wright headed home after coming on as a substitute.
But Harriers had the last say when man-of-the-match Gash clipped the ball through the spread-eagled visitors' defence for fellow substitute Anthony Malbon to score in the 90th minute.
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