Harriers Cruise To Best Win: Hayes & Yeading 0-4 Harriers
Harriers comfortably recorded their best win of the season as they brushed aside the challenge of lowly Hayes & Yeading at Church Road.
Not since beating Woking 5-1 at Kingfield in April 2009 have Harriers had such a comfortable win, the squad putting aside all thoughts of events off the field to keep themselves right in touch with the play-offs. They now find themselves back in sixth place, four points off the play-offs.
Tom Shaw gave Harriers the lead just past the half-hour mark with his first goal of the season from open play. At the interval they lead by just the one goal but doubled the advantage on 65 minutes through leading scorer Chris McPhee.
McPhee then added his 13th goal of the season twelve minutes from the end as Harriers took complete control of the game. Jack Byrne completed the scoring four minutes from time.