A PITCH invader who offered a match official a pair of glasses following a contentious penalty decision is set to receive a lifetime ban from Kidderminster Harriers.

The club released a statement saying they were “extremely disappointed” by the incident that took place in the first half of Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Leamington in National League North.

Harriers also urged “a smallest minority of fans who are intent on spoiling the enjoyment of others to stay away” from Aggborough.

Home fans were up in arms when referee Kristian Silcock pointed to the spot after Josh March was adjudged to have been brought down in the box.

After March dispatched the penalty on the 40th minute, a spectator entered the field and presented Silcock with a pair of glasses.

The spectator was then ushered away by a steward.

A statement from the club read: “Kidderminster Harriers are extremely disappointed with scenes that saw a ‘supporter’ enter the field of play during Saturday’s fixture with Leamington.

“The club, as it does routinely, made clear online, in its match day programme and over the public address system on Saturday, it’s position on antisocial behaviour at matches.

“Such behaviour leads to action being taken against the club by the game’s governing bodies in the form of warnings and, in some cases, heavy fines.

“Therefore the club, with this in mind, plans to issue a lifetime ban from all club facilities to one individual in the wake of Saturday’s game, after consultation with police.

“We will not give the individual the satisfaction of notoriety by commenting on the incident further.

“The club will not hesitate to take similar action again in future and would urge the smallest minority of fans who are intent on spoiling the enjoyment of others, to stay away from Aggborough Stadium for good.”

Silcock went on to brandish Leamington striker Jack Edwards a red card following his high tackle on Moyo in the closing nine minutes.

But the visitors snatched a draw five minutes from time when substitute Kaiman Anderson netted.