HARRIERS boss Neil MacFarlane has praised the way his players stuck to the task to rescue a point against Curzon Ashton.

Dan Bradley headed home an injury time corner to give Kidderminster a share of the spoils despite dominating against the visitors.

The home side either passed up chances or were kept out by inspired Curzon keeper Cam Mason before Dan Morton handed the visitors into the lead with just 15 minutes to play.

It looked like the smash-and-grab raid was going to be successful until Bradley rose to convert a late corner for MacFarlane’s men.

The boss said: “It’s hugely frustrating for the players. I think anyone in here today understands that it was total domination of a match and I can’t ask anymore of the players other than a little bit of fine quality at the right particular moments and just the moments where we had so many opportunities.

“We just didn’t take our chances today but it was total domination for 90 minutes and beyond.

“I don’t even know yet until I watch it back how many chances we’ve made in the game but it is certainly our highest for a long time.

“Some of our play was tremendous and the pleasing thing as well was we kept going and that reminded me of that moment at the start of the season when we were 3-1 down to Ashton and got the late goal.

“Our attitude was outstanding and married with some really good football. The first goal was going to be vital today with the way they went about their business. We didn’t get that and lost the goal to the only moment they had in the whole game.

“But our reaction was good and we kept doing the right things. That was the least we deserved at the end but it’s disappointing not to win at home.

“Three points would have been huge for us but I think it’s a big goal in the Christmas period. It rolls us into Hereford now on the back of the last two results and two performances that have been much, much better.

“This group of players always find a way and they did that at the end.”