KIDDERMINSTER Harriers Indepedent Supporters Trust (KHIST) raised over over £6,500 for the club during their successful fans’ day at Aggborough on Saturday.

The club’s fans’ teams used over 50 players during the season and so were split into three different teams during the day, and were given the chance to grace the Aggborough turf.

The event kicked off with the Red Brigade group taking on the first supporters’ side, who roared to a 5-4 win, despite goals for Lewis Pountney (2), Lee and Darren Williamson.

The highlight of the day was the game against a side put together by Harriers legend Adie Smith.

Up against a team packed with former Kidderminster heroes, such as Lee Hughes, Steve Pope, Darren Steadman, Wayne Hatswell and Kin Casey.

Harriers chairman Rod Brown gave the fans team teamtalk and first-team players Kennedy Digie and Luke Maxwell took the warm-up, but the KHIST team were in for a long afternoon.

Steve Taylor opened the scoring for the legends team and after Lee Hughes had been brought down, Ian Foster slotted away the penalty.

In the second half, goals for Hughes, Taylor and Bennett sealed a comfortable 5-0 victory as the fans team rarely threatened a legends defence that included Hatswell, Craig Hinton and Scott Stamps.

The final Harriers fans team took on the Hereford Supporters Trust.

KHIST team put in a great performance to race in to a two-goal lead through Tom Ferguson and Marc Vaughan.

A second-half goal from Cayden May gave the KHIST team a comfortable 3-0 victory.

On the evening, the players retired to the Aggborough Suite bar to reflect on a fantastic day. Mark Young and Adam Matthews picked up player of the season awards.

It was a great day of football with a good crowd inside Aggborough and a substantial amount raised.

It was fantastic to see so many former players back at Aggborough and organisers hope that a similar event can be arranged next for season.