Saturday: Harriers v Dag & Red

A look to this weekend’s game against Dagenham & Redbridge….

Amari Morgan-Smith. Pic (C) PA

AMARI MORGAN-SMITH is eyeing up a big few days for Harriers as the team face the first of two home games in the space of a few days when Dagenham & Redbridge visit on Saturday. 

Harriers host The Daggers in DY10 at the weekend, just days before Hartlepool Town make the same trek on Tuesday night.

Top scorer Morgan-Smith is looking to add to his tally of goals as Harriers seek the points needed to move them away from peril at the foot of the National League table.

The striker spoke ahead of the game and discussed the double header as well as the mood in the camp, saying: “The morale is good.

“We’re not miles away. The gaffer and Jimmy have praised us in certain areas and we need to be better in certain areas.

“The camp is good – there’s no time to be negative and have your head down, you can only look for the next game to make it right.

“I think we’ve got two, big home games to try and get six points and that’s what we’ll be looking to do.”

Harriers have been more than competitive in a number of their games this season, but the former York City man knows it’s time to start extending the good spells.

He added: “We’ve had good moments this season and I think we need to try now, collectively, to have it in more spells across the season rather than in spells throughout a game.

“Can we have it in one game and take it into the next game? That’s what we’ll be trying to do.

“We’ve got two home games and our fans have been outstanding, travelling up and down the country.

“We’re very thankful or that. Hopefully we can get a good, bumper crowd for these two games and hopefully we can get six points.”

Harriers welcomed back Jack Lambert with five minutes from the bench in last weekend’s defeat to Aldershot Town.

His comeback, and that recently of Matt Preston, means Harriers are seeing an easing of the congested treatment room, though Shane Byrne and Joe Leesley remain a number of weeks short of being able to be considered.

Harriers last faced Dagenham & Redbridge all the way back in 2007, when a Mark Creighton header failed to be enough to help maintain the club’s interest in that season’s FA Cup.

While the Daggers and Harriers have crossed swords since the early 1990s, the Reds have also clashed with the likes of Walthamstow Avenue who, through a storied history, help form part of today’s incarnation of Dagenham & Redbridge.

This term, Saturday’s guests were beaten last time out by Solihull Moors, but this came off the back of consecutive league victories on the road at Dorking and Ebbsfleet.

Kick-off at Aggborough on Saturday is at 3:00pm.


As with all home matches at Aggborough, advance purchase of match tickets is strongly recommended to help minimise queues and also to make a saving.

Home fans: Prices are subject to an additional £5 for any ticket purchased in person at the box office on the day of the match. To avoid this, buy online, any time, up to 15 minutes after kick off – even if this is once you arrive at the ground.

Away fans: Tickets cannot be purchased in person at the Stadium Ticket Office. Please make all purchases online as above.

Any supporters needing assistance with purchasing online can contact us before a match day on 01562 823 931.


Please remember, Aggborough Stadium and all of its outlets are cashless – we cannot accept cash as payment under any circumstances.


This weekend’s issue is Issue 13 for the 2023-24 season and features Case Files with Christian Dibble, extensive reports and photos, opposition coverage including a varied history against Dagenham & Redbridge and the clubs who’ve  formed part of their lineage. The Harrier now at 56 pages with no change in price.

Buy your copy from around the ground or in the Club Shop. To make sure of your copy, or to get one if you can’t make it to the ground, you can purchase online for FREE UK mainland delivery.

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Aggborough Stadium is a strictly no smoking venue – this means smoking, including the use of vapes and e-cigarettes, is prohibited anywhere within the stadium.


Harriers fans can view National League matches this season on National League TV.

All Harriers league matches will be available internationally on the NLTV platform, while games outside of UEFA Article 48 blocked hours (2.45pm to 5.15pm on Monday) will be available to view in the UK, too.

This weekend’s fixture takes place during an International weekend, which means the usual Article 48 hours do not apply.

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Harriers again strongly supports The National League and Football Association in delivering their antisocial conduct message.

Please review the following information before visiting Aggborough.

Specifically, we would like to remind supporters that the club will not tolerate supporter misconduct of any kind. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Discriminatory behaviour. This means conduct or language that is aggravated by ethnic origin, colour, race, nationality, faith, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation or disability.
  • Entering the field of play or its immediate surrounding area without permission
  • The throwing of missiles towards the pitch, technical area or dugout
  • The possession or use of pyrotechnics such as flares or smoke bombs

Please support Kidderminster Harriers responsibility. Should you be concerned by any of the above conduct you may witness, please report it to your nearest steward, to the Club Office or Safety Officer or by e-mail to

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