Shaw Pulls The Plug On Bath: Harriers 1-0 Bath Cith
Tom Shaw's second goal in as many games was enough for Harriers to rack up their tenth home win of the season and move to within a point of the play-offs.
Down to the bare bones again - without injured Lee Morris, Matt Blair and Dave Hankin - and unable to name a full complement of substitutes, the team once again pulled together to pull off another excellent result seeing off the challenge of in form City.
A strong wind helped to spoil the game as a spectacle but nonetheless Harriers played some decent football and eventually took the lead on 34 minutes when Shaw danced into the penalty area and lashed in his fourth goal of the season.
After the break Harriers didn't fare so well even though the wind was at their backs and should have been more advantageous. City attacked quite well without really threatening, but when they did the Harriers defence stood firm.