How they rated:

Harriers 2, Farsley Celtic 0

Gregory: Collected the ball well under pressure all evening and capped a solid showing with a fine save from sub Nathan Cartman late on. 7.

Austin: Showed good energy but his final ball let him down a little once in the final third. 6.

Davidson: Tucked away the penalty really well and had a good impact in both defence and attack. 7.

R. Williams: The Liverpool youngster continues to grow with each game. Won some important headers, read the game well and composed on the ball. 7.

Moyo: Superb game from the skipper. Got stuck in early and really set the example for his side. Made some important tackles and showed a real grit to get the points. 8.

Johnson: Solid in the left centre back role and grew as the game went on. Converted well to the left-back slot late on too. 6.5.

Weeks: Got Harriers on the front foot with his passing and always looking to make himself on option in midfield. Had a few loose touches as he tired but overall he did well. 7.

Butterfield: Good energy to get around the midfield and made plenty of key blocks and interceptions. Saw a late drive kept out by the keeper. 7.

Chambers: Full of running and his bursts in behind the backline were a threat all game. Linked up neatly with Peniket and never game the defenders a moment on the ball, as shown when winning the penalty in the first half. 7.

Hemmings: Fine start to life at Aggborough for the former Fylde man. Got on the ball in good areas and was able to beat men at will to start Kidderminster attacks. Plenty more to come. 7.

Peniket: Never stopped running and nipped in to win the ball back on numerous occasions. Held the ball up expertly, linked up nicely with Chambers and Hemmings and had a really good energy as he led from the front. 8.


E. Williams: Fine cameo from the bench as he got on the ball and dictated play in dangerous areas. Bagged his side’s killer second when reacting to poke the ball home. 7.

Shenton: late change as Harriers saw out the game. N/A.

Unused subs: Palmer, Prosser, Higginson.