Harriers Skate Into Play-Off Places: Harriers 0-0 York City
Harriers stretched their unbeaten league run to eight games and moved up into the play-off places with a goalless draw with in-form York City at Aggborough.
Thanks to the efforts of volunteers who had spent the day clearing snow off the pitch, the game was one of only four senior games in England to survive the cold weather. Their efforts were unrewarded, though, as the crowd only just made it above the thousand mark.
Jack Byrne returned to the side after suspension and Aaron Griffiths came in for the injured Mike Williams as Steve Burr made changes to the team that had won the previous three games. There was little goalmouth action at either end as the players struggled to come to terms with the frosty conditions.
For Harriers Chris McPhee went closest to breaking the deadline, hitting the bar in the first half and having a goal ruled out for offside in the second while Robbie Weir hit the post for the visitors.