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Match Day
Tuesday, 6 October, 7:45pmPM - Aggborough Stadium
 
1
Kidderminster Harriers

Hemmings 29


2
Chester

Elliott 23, Weeks 56

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A SPIRITED second half wasn’t enough to help Harriers who fell to a 2-1 defeat to Chester in a game that saw both teams finish with ten men.

Ashley Hemmings had pulled the Reds level in the first half after the visitors had taken the lead, only for the Blues to net a second half winner courtesy of Declan Weeks.

Harriers also had Amari Morgan-Smith sent off in an eventful game, with Paddy Lacey given his marching orders for the visitors.

It was the visitors who netted first with 22 minutes on the clock. Having already fired a warning shot across the bow when Grand rose well to nod over the bar, they notched through Danny Elliott’s well-taken finish from inside the area.

Chester’s lead was relatively short lived, however, as Harriers responded inside six minutes, a teasing, threatening delivery from Sterling tucked away powerfully by Hemmings.

Following Morgan-Smith’s sending off, Johnston may well have had Chester back in front on the stroke of half time as he shot wide, Glendon doing similar just after the restart, though he forced Simpson into a low save.

That lead was re-established on 56, Declan Weeks confidently firing into the roof of the net from an acute angle against his former club, before Lacey’s heavy challenge on Sterling seven minutes later saw the Blues’ compliment reduced to ten.

From there, Harriers pushed for another equaliser and certainly finished the brighter of the two teams -sub Jaiden White saw a ball lifted over the target before an incredible passage of play summed up the night for the reds, three minutes from time.

Showing quick feet in the area, White fired a low effort that clipped the base of the post. Freemantle was on hand to turn the ball back towards goal, only for Livesey to get back and block just in the nick of time. Even then the danger wasn’t gone — Prosser managed to nudge the loose ball to Richards, who hit a first time shot agonisingly wide.


Kidderminster Harriers

1
Goals
Shots at goal
Shots on target
Corners
Offside
Yellow cards
Red cards

Chester

2
Goals
Shots at goal
Shots on target
Corners
Offside
Yellow cards
Red cards

Kidderminster Harriers

1
Luke Simpson
2
Alex Penny
3
Caleb Richards
5
Keith Lowe
6
Lewis Montrose (C)
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7
Sam Austin
White 76
9
Amari Morgan-Smith
10
Ashley Hemmings
Freemantle 67
11
Omari Sterling
14
Max Taylor
16
Alex Prosser

Substitutes

13
Tom Palmer
15
Keziah Martin
17
Ethan Freemantle
Hemmings 67
18
Koby Arthur
19
Jaiden White
Austin 76

Chester

1
Louis Gray
2
Kevin Roberts
3
Joel Taylor
4
Paddy Lacey
5
Danny Livesey
6
Simon Grand
7
John Johnston
Dudley 73
8
George Glendon (C)
9
Danny Elliott
Roberts 82
10
Declan Weeks
11
Brad Bauress
Waring 73

Substitutes

12
Jamie Morgan
13
Anthony Dudley
Johnston 73
15
Lloyd Marsh Hughes
16
Gary Roberts
Elliott 82
17
George Waring
Bauress 73

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