Steve Burr continues his rebuilding of the Harriers squad with two more signings, one goalkeeper and one defender.
AFC Telford United defender Lee Vaughan has become the second player to join the club in as many days.
Steve Burr continues his rebuilding of the squad with the addition of goalkeeper Danny Lewis.
Former Redditch United manager Gary Whild has moved to Aggborough to become Steve Burr's Assitant-Manager.
Steve Burr began his rebuilding of the squad for next season by releasing both goalkeepers and transfer listing Robbie Matthews.
Harriers recovered from their County Cup Final disappointment to end their home programme with a comfortable victory over Alvechurch.
Harriers' youngsters released their hold on the Worcestershire Youth Cup after a disappointing display saw them beaten by Stourbridge.
Three second half goals saved a point for Harriers after abject defending left them 3-0 down at the interval at Field Mill.
The curtain comes down on another season tomorrow when Harriers visit Field Mill to take on Mansfield Town.
Harriers regained the Worcestershire Senior Cup, winning it for the first time since 2002, after an entertaining game against Halesowen.
Sloppy defending and a lack of a cutting edge in attack led to Harriers throwing away the lead and losing their final home game of the season.
Harriers play their final home league game of the season with the visit of FA Trophy finalists Barrow to Aggborough this evening.
Stevenage clinched the Conference title and promotion to The Football League with a comfortable 2-0 win at Aggborough.
There should be a decent turnout for this afternoon's game as Stevenage come to Aggborough able to clinch the Conference title.
Harriers twice had to come from behind to earn a share of the points against Hayes & Yeading at Church Road.
Harriers hit the road again this evening with another long trip, this time to Middlesex and Hayes & Yeading United.
Two goals from Chris McPhee, taking his total for the season to eleven, saw off Gateshead and earned Harriers their first league away win since November.
Harriers face another long trip north tomorrow with a visit to relegation-threatened Gateshead.
A deflected fourth minute goal was enough to beat Harriers who dominated the game but had no bite in attack and again didn't look like scoring.
Harriers face the first of two long trips north in the space of three days tonight with a visit to FA Trophy finalists Barrow.
Harriers were left to rue skipper Chris McPhee's stoppage time penalty miss as they were held to a draw by Rushden at Aggborough.
The games continue to come thick and fast for Harriers with the visit of play-off chasing Rushden & Diamonds to Aggborough this afternoon.
Poor defending cost Harriers as the slipped to defeat against Altrincham at Moss Lane.
Having ended their winless streak in midweek, Harriers get the chance to consolidate their position in the top ten this afternoon at Altrincham.
Brian Smikle's 13th goal of the season was enough to bring to an end Harriers' seven-game winless streak.
Harriers have a chance to put Saturday's disappointing game behind them this evening with the visit of in-form Cambridge United to Aggborough.
Harriers' winless streak stretched to seven games following a disappointed home defeat to Salisbury City.
Harriers are at home again tomorrow looking to snap a six-game winless streak that has seen the play-offs disappear almost completely over the horizon.
Steve Burr continued to reshape the squad yesterday, bringing in two players on loan and sending one out.
The curse of Manager-Of-The-Month is still hanging over Harriers as they stretched their winless streak to six games since Steve Burr was named February's top boss.
Harriers are back in Conference action this evening with the visit of play-off chasing York City to Aggborough.
Harriers failed to score even one of the required five goals at Stevenage and fell at the final hurdle on the road to Wembley.
Harriers face a mountainous task tomorrow needing to overturn a four-goal deficit if they are to make it to Wembley for a fifth FA Trophy Final.
Poor defending again cost Harriers as they fell to defeat at Kenilworth Road against promotion-chasing Luton Town.
Harriers have a chance to put Saturday's FA Trophy nightmare behind them this evening with a tough trip to Kenilworth Road in the Conference.
Barring a comeback the like of which hasn't been seen in 200 years, Harriers crashed out of the FA Trophy at the hands of holders Stevenage.
Harriers face Stevenage at Aggborough this afternoon in the First Leg of the FA Trophy Semi-Final.
Harriers extended their unbeaten run to ten games but dropped two more points as they were unable to breach a resolute Eastbourne defence.
Harriers look to stretch their unbeaten run to ten games tomorrow with a trip to an Eastbourne side reeling from a midweek thrashing.
Harriers have added another new face to the squad with promising Redditch United midfielder Jack Byrne coming to Aggborough for the rest of the season.
The curse of Manager of the Month struck only partially as Harriers maintained their unbeaten run but had to share the points with Ebbsfleet.
Steve Burr will be hoping that the Manager-of-the-Month curse doesn't strike this evening as Harriers entertain Ebbsfleet United.
Steve Burr has been named as the Conference National Manger-of-the-Month for February.
Harriers have brought Scunthorpe United striker Adam Boyes in on loan for the rest of the season.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to eight games with a comfortable win over Histon at Aggborough.
Harriers are back in league action tomorrow after the euphoria of reaching the last four of the FA Trophy with the visit of Histon to Aggborough.
The draw for the FA Trophy Semi-Final has thrown up a rematch of the 2007 final with Harriers facing Stevenage Borough.
A late winner from Robbie Matthews sent Harriers into the last four of the FA Trophy for the fifth time.
Harriers return to the Kassam Stadium just two weeks after their last visit, this time in the FA Trophy Quarter-Final.
Harriers have moved to strengthen the squad by bringing in Derby County keeper Ross Atkins on loan.
Harriers have re-signed Marcus Bignot on non-contract terms for the rest of the season.
An injury time strike from substitute Damian Spencer gave Harriers a rare home victory over lowly Forest Green.
Harriers face one of their bogey teams this afternoon with the visit of lowly Forest Green to Aggborough.
Port Vale striker James Lawrie will move to Aggborough on loan next week.
Aaron Farrell has left Harriers after Steve Burr decided not to renew his contract.
Three second half goals saw a strong Harriers side come from behind to beat Worcester City in the Worcestershire Senior Cup semi final.
Harriers had to settle for a share of the points at Oxford after an even goalless game that setn the hosts back to the top of the league.
Harriers return to league action this afternoon with a tough trip to the Kassam Stadium to face high-flying Oxford United.
Harriers moved into the last four of the Worcestershire Youth Cup with a comfortable win in an entertaining local derby against Stourport.
A goal from skipper Chris McPhee early in the second half was enough to take Harriers through to the last eight of the FA Trophy.
Defender Liam Dolman has been sent out on loan to Conference North side Corby Town to get some games under his belt.
The St George's Lane pitch has passed inspection and the game goes ahead.
Should Harriers overcome Worcester in the Third Round of the FA Trophy they will travel to Oxford in the Quarter Final.
Steve Burr has made his first foray into the transfer market and signed Burton Albion winger Marc Goodfellow on loan for the rest of the season.
A late pitch inspection by the referee found parts of the St George's Lane pitch still frozen and he called the game off with less than two hours to kick-off.
Proper County rivalries are renewed tomorrow when Harriers head to St George's Lane for the FA Trophy 3rd Round.
Harriers cruised to victory over lowly Grays, marking Steve Burr's first home game in charge with a win.
Two of the recently postponed home games have been re-arranged.
Steve Burr takes his Aggborough bow this evening with the visit of struggling Grays Athletic.
Steve Burr got his Harriers career off to a start with a draw as two mistakes by goalkeeper Dean Coleman gifted goals to Crawley and forced Harriers to come from behind twice.
Steve Burr takes charge of Harriers for the first time tomorrow with a tricky trip to Crawley.
Former Stalybridge Celtic manager Steve Burr has been appointed as Harriers' new manager.
A last minute goal from Gavin Caines sent Harriers into Round Three of the FA Trophy.
Harriers are finally back in action this evening with the visit of Lewes in the FA Trophy.
Despite the improvement in the weather, tomorrow's game with Grays Atletic has been called off.
Cup committments for Barrow have forced the postponement of their trip to Aggborough later this month.
The wintry conditions have ensured that the Aggborough playing surface is still unplayable.
Should Harriers get past Lewes in the FA Trophy the could face a local derby with Worcester city in the next round.
Snow and frost have made the Aggborough pitch unplayable.
Today's trip to Chester City has been postponed.
A lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them slump to defeat at Rushden for the first time since November 2002.
The Christmas gamse contnue to come thick and fast as Harriers are back in action this afternoon with a local derby at Nene Park against Rushden & Diamonds.
A goal in each half was enough to see Harriers to victory against bottom club Chester and ensure John finnigan got his managerial career off to a winning start.
John Finnigan takes charge of the team for the first time this afternoon with the visit of bottom-club Chester City to Aggborough.
John Finnigan will take charge of team affairs for the next few games after being handed the role of Caretaker-Manager.
Harriers will entertain Lewes in the FA Trophy after they won their 1st Round replay against Hampton & Richmond last night.
Harriers are in a new search for a manager after Mark Yates and his assistant Neil Howarth this morning agreed to move to Cheltenham Town.
Today's trip to Hayes and Yeading has been postponed as a result of bad weather in the South East.
A professional performance from Harriers saw them successfully negotiate the potential banana skin of a trip to Unibond League side Matlock Town.
Harriers are back in cup action this afternoon in the FA Trophy with their first ever visit to Matlock Town.
A goal in each half condemned Harriers to defeat at Stevenage, stretching their winless streak to four games.
Looking to snap a three-game winless streak Harriers face a test as tough as they come with a trip to high-flying Stevenage Borough this afternoon.
Harriers failed yet again to beat Tamworth, dropping two points after a dour goalless game at Aggborough.
Harriers are back in action this evening with a quick opportunity to get Saturday's disappointing defeat at the hands of AFC Wimbledon out of their system.
Harriers turned in a disappointing performance that didn't fit in with their recent form and were beaten by AFC Wimbledon on their first visit to Aggborough.
With Barrow still involved in the FA Cup Harriers instead welcome AFC Wimbledon to Aggborough for the first time tomorrow.
Today's emergency loan transfer window closed with players moving in both directions at Aggborough, most notably Matt Barnes-Homer who joins Luton.
Harriers twice came from behind in wet and windy conditions at The Racecourse to share the points with Wrexham.
Harriers go in search of their third consecutive win with what ought to be another tough trip this evening to Wrexham.
Two second-half goals enabled Harriers to beat high-flying Kettering on their own patch for the first time in sixteen years.
Having seen off the league leaders last weekend, Harriers face the team sharing second place this afternoon with a trip to Kettering.
A superb performance from Harriers brought the Oxford roadshow to a juddering halt with a convincing 3-1 win at Aggborough.
Harriers are back in action this afternoon after a two-week break with the visit of league leaders Oxford United to Aggborough.
Harriers strengthened their position at the top of the Floodlit Youth League with a narrow win over Malvern Town at Aggborough.
A disappointing week for Harriers ended with another defeat, losing to two first half goals at Cambridge despite turning in an improved performance.
Harriers can bounce back from Tuesday's FA Cup disappointment with a good performance in this afternoon's tough game at Cambridge United.
Peterborough United defender Danny Andrew has joined Harriers on loan as cover for suspended Lee Baker.
A very disappointing performance from Harriers saw them crash out of the FA Cup to lower-league opposition and finish yet another game with 10 men.
A place in the FA Cup First Round and a trip to Northampton Town is at stake this evening as Harriers and Fleetwood replay at Highbury.
Should Harriers overcome Fleetwood in Tuesday evening's replay they will face Northampton Town at Sixfields.
Harriers must travel to Fleetwood Town on Tuesday evening after failing to break down their Blue Square North opponents.
Harriers take a break from Conference action this afternoon with the first-ever visit of Fleetwood Town to Aggborough for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round.
Harriers moved into the last four of the Worcestershire Senior Cup with a comfortable victory over crisis-club Bromsgrove Rovers.
A late goal from Gavin Caines gave Harriers the three points as they bounced back from the disappointment of the previous week's defeat.
Crawley town are the visitors to Aggborough this afternoon as Harriers look to bounce back from last weekend's disappointing defeat against Luton.
A late equaliser from Bromyard meant that Harriers' juniors failed to win a league game for the first time this season
Harriers' youth side still search for their first ever win in the Midland Youth Cup after suffering a narrow extra-time defeat at Chesterfield
Today's FA Cup 4th Qualifying round draw has handed Harriers a home tie against Conference North side Fleetwood Town.
Harriers were denied by two Luton goals in the last fifteen minutes after having lead for most of the game at Aggborough.
Harriers face the biggest game of their season so far tomorrow with the visit of Luton Town to Aggborough knowing that victory would catapult them into the play-off places.
Matt Barnes-Homer's sixth goal of the season early in the second half was enough to win the game for Harriers at blustery Kingsmeadow.
Harriers face another tough test tomorrow when their make the trip to Kingston to play AFC Wimbledon for the first time ever.
Second-half goals from Brian Smikle and Robbie Matthews gave Harriers all three points against ten-man Wrexham at Aggborough.
Harriers will look to bounce back from their unlucky defeat at York by entertaining Wrexham at Aggborough this evening.
Despite having to play for over 80 minutes with only ten men Harriers were unlucky not to get something out of the game at Bootham Crescent.
Harriers begin a tricky sequence of matches with a trip to York tomorrow looking to extend their unbeaten run to five matches and get some more consistency into their form.
Harriers still await their first league win at Forest Green after letting a strong position slip away to only hang on to another draw.
Winless Forest Green Rovers provide the test for Harriers this evening at The New Lawn, a venue that Harriers have yet to win at.
A scruffy goal bundled in by Matt Barnes-Homer gave Harriers three points as they came from behind to beat Gateshead at Aggborough.
A former Harrier is welcomed back to Aggborough tomorrow as Ian Bogie brings his newly-promoted Gateshead side to Kidderminster.
A moment of indecision between goalkeeper and defender cost Harriers dear as they were within minutes of victory at Histon.
Harriers look to build upon their midweek win over Mansfield with a tricky trip to Cambridgeshire to face Histon tomorrow afternoon.
Harriers shook off their weekend disappointment with a sparkling display that blew aside high-flying Mansfield Town.
Harriers face their toughest test of the season so far this evening with the visit of Mansfield Town needing to ensure their recent blip in results doesn't become a slump.
Harriers failed to bounce back from their Bank Holiday defeat at Tamworth and slipped instead to their second home defeat of the season.
Harriers look to bounce back from their Bank holiday defeat at Tamworth with a home game against Eastbourne Borough.
Harriers' youth side maintained their 100% start to the season with a comfortable win over Redditch at Aggborough.
A very disappointing performance from Harriers saw them slump to defeat at The Lamb ending their two-game winning streak.
Harriers travel the short distance to newly promoted Tamworth this afternoon looking to record their third win in a row.
Two goals from Brian Smikle helped Harriers sweep Altrincham aside despite playing for over 70 minutes with ten men.
Harriers face their first big test of the season this afternoon with the visit of high-flying Altrincham to Aggborough.
Harriers brushed Grays aside to record their first ever win at The New Rec and lift themselves into the top half of the table.
Harriers travel south again tomorrow, visiting Essex to face Grays Athletic - a team that they have not had the best of luck against in the past.
Harriers' youth team got their season off to a flying start with a resounding 5-0 win over Tividale at Aggborough.
A penalty five minutes from time robbed Harriers of a share of the points from a game that they should have won.
Harriers are back at Aggborough this evening with a visit from Mark Cooper's Kettering Town.
Harriers dominated the game at Ebbsfleet but were kept at bay by an inspired performance from 'Fleet keeper Lance Cronin.
Harriers head south again tomorrow, this time to face Ebbsfleet United, looking to put Tuesday's disappointing result behind them.
Harriers have completed the signing of striker Robbie Matthews from Conference rivals Salisbury City.
An under-par performance from Harriers saw them slump to their first defeat of the season this evening at Salisbury.
Harriers face their first away trip of the season this evening, visiting Salisbury City with both teams looking to build on weekend wins.
Harriers got their season off to a winning start with a narrow victory over newly promoted Hayes & Yeading at sunny Aggborough.
The waiting is finally over and this afternoon Harriers kick-off the new season with a home game against newly promoted Hayes & Yeading United.
Mark Yates bulked the squad up to 19 players yesterday with the addition of five more players.
A youthful Harriers side were beaten in the final of the Worcestershire Senior Cup held over from last season.
Harriers completed their eight-game programme of pre-season friendlies unbeaten after a 2-2 draw with Port Vale at Aggborough.
Former Nottingham Forest trainee Tom Sharpe has become the latest to commit his future to the Harriers, signing a one-year contract today.
Harriers have completed the signing of Cheltenham Town midfielder John Finnigan who adds vital experience to the squad.
Harriers remain unbeaten in their pre-season preparations following victory over lowly Worcester City at St George's Lane.
Harriers continued their unbeaten pre-season programme and will consider themselves unlucky not to have won.
Trialist Aaron Farrell has become Harriers' third new signing of the summer, agreeing to stay at Aggborough for the next year.
Harriers maintained their promising pre-season form with a fourth win in five games, defeating League Two side Hereford.
Harriers made their first Aggborough appearance of the summer against a youthful Wolves side and were held in a drab goalless draw.
Harriers continued their pre-season programme with a third win from three games, defeating local rivals Stourport Swifts 4-1.
Harriers continued their pre-season warm-up with another victory over West Midlands League opposition, this time Bewdley Town.
Harriers cruised to victory in their first pre-season workout, smashing fourteen goals past West Midlands League side Bromyard Town.
A busy day at Aggborough yesterday saw the squad beginning to take shape for the coming season with the confirmation of the signatures of three players.
The fixtures for the forthcoming season have been released this morning and Harriers will start the campaign at home to Hayes & Yeading United.
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