Harriers Drop Two Crucial Points: Eastbourne Borough 1-1 Harriers
Harriers had to come from behind with a late equaliser yet again as they stretched their unbeaten run to 15 games.
A third draw in a row leaves Harriers in sixth place and four points adrift of the play-off places, although they do still have a game in hand over Fleetwood who visit Aggborough on Friday evening.
The poorest performance from Harriers for some weeks was rescued by Tom Shaw 15 minutes from the end; the home side, needing to win all of their remaining games and hope for favourable results elsewhere, had led since the 28th minute when veteran striker Richard Pacquette fired them ahead.
Harriers never got going and rarely looked like getting back into the game before Shaw came off the bench to save them. They will need to bounce back on Tuesday night when Darlington visit Aggborough for what will be Harriers' game in hand. Victory in that and the game against Fleetwood will change the picture again, putting Harriers back into the driving seat.