The curtain comes down on Harriers' rollercoaster season this afternoon with the visit of bottom club Histon to Aggborough.
Harriers' hopes of making the play-offs were brought to an end with defeat in a 'must-win' game at Nene Park.
Harriers head to Northamptonsire this afternoon looking to follow up Friday's epic win with another to keep the season alive right to the end.
Harriers came from behind to beat play-off rivals Fleetwood at Aggborough and keep their hopes of making the top five alive.
Harriers entertain Fleetwood in front of the TV cameras this evening needing a win to keep their diminishing play-off hopes alive.
Harriers' long unbeaten run was finally brought to an end by Darlington, leaving The Reds with a mountain to climb to get into the play-offs.
Harriers' play-off destiny is still in their own hands as they begin a week of massive, must-win, games this evening with the visit of Darlington.
Harriers had to come from behind with a late equaliser yet again as they stretched their unbeaten run to 15 games.
Every game is like a cup final for Harriers between now and the end of the season with tomorrow's trip to Eastbourne being no exception.
A hat-trick from Matty Blair, his first in a Harriers shirt, helped Harriers to twice come from behind to earn a second successive 3-3 draw.
Harriers face the first of two tricky long distance trips tomorrow with a visit to Blundell Park to take on Grimsby Town.
Harriers had to twice come from behind in the last five minutes of the game agaisnt play-off rivals Luton to extend their unbeaten run to 13 games.
Harriers face yet another massive game this afternoon when play-off rivals Luton Town come to Aggborough.
A goal in each half gave Harriers their first-ever victory at Field Mill, stretching their unbeaten run to 12 games and keeping them firmly in the play-off places.
Harriers are back in action tomorrow after a two-week break with a lunchtime trip to FA Trophy Finalists Mansfield Town.
Steve Burr has signed an extension to his contract that will keep him at Aggborough until the summer of 2014.
A superb performance by Harriers saw them cruise past high-flying Wimbledon to record their first double of the season.
A massive week for Harriers comes to an end tomorrow at Wimbleson with the third of three games agaisnt the top three clubs in the Conference.
Steve burr has raided one of his former clubs to bring in defender-cum-midfielder Matt Lowe on loan from Macclesfield for the rest of the season.
Yet another battling performance from Harriers saw them share the points with big-spending Crawley at Aggborough.
The big games keeep coming thick and fast for Harriers with second-placed big-spending Crawley Town the visitors to Aggborough this evening.
Chris McPhee marked his 100th appearance in a Harriers shirt with his fifteenth goal of the season, earning Harriers their first ever point against Luton.
The big games continue to come for Harriers with a trip to Kenilworth Road to take on Luton Town this afternoon.
Harriers have this afternoon rejected an approach from Conference rivals Grimsby Town for permission to talk to Steve Burr.
Chris McPhee's first half penalty was enough to secure Harriers' sixth consecutive home victory and lift them back into the play-off places.
Harriers face a massive game this afternoon when play-off rivals Wrexham visit Aggborough.
A battling performance saw Harriers earn themselves another point on the road, stretching their unbeaten run to seven games.
Harriers face another long trip this evening, heading north to face Darlington knowing that victory will lift them back into the play-offs.
A stoppage-time header from Jamille Matt gave Harriers victory at Abbey Stadium and lifted them into the play-off positions, at least until tomorrow.
Harriers are in front of the TV cameras again this evening when they visit struggling Cambridge United.
Harriers' biggest crowd since November 2009, 2930, saw them record their fifth consecutive home win and stay just a point off the play-offs.
After a traumatic week off the field Harriers return to some semblance of normality this afternoon b y focusing on the pitch and the visit of Altrincham.
Late last night Harriers announced that a donation had been received that guarantees the short-term future of the club.
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.
Steve Burr has the tricky job of keeping his players' minds focussed on playing a game and away from the events off the pitch as Bath city visit Aggborough this afternoon.
Harriers comfortably recorded their best win of the season as they brushed aside the challenge of lowly Hayes & Yeading at Church Road.
Harriers are on the road again tomorrow, heading south to face lowly Hayes & Yeading United looking to stretch their unbeaten run to three games.
Chris McPhee's eleventh goal of the season eight minutes from time saved a point for Harriers to keep them in touch with the play-offs.
Harriers are back in action again this evening looking to build on Saturday's win over Barrow with a trip to The New Lawn to face Forest Green.
A goal in each half allowed Harriers to gain quick revenge for last weekend's defeat at Barrow
Harriers have a quick opportunity to put right last weekend's defeat when Barrow visit Aggborough.
Harriers slipped to their sixth consecutive defeat against Barrow, poor defending and poor weather conditions contributing to the loss.
Harriers face another long trip north tomorrow to take on lowly Barrow at Holker Street.
Harriers' best win since February 2010 saw them brush aside the challenge of a poor Kettering side and keep in touch with the play-offs.
Harriers are in action again this evening when Kettering Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers came from behind to lead only to be pegged back by a late leveller and had to settle for a share of the points at Gateshead.
Subject to a pitch inspection at 7:45am tomorrow Harriers face a long trip north to begin clawing back the five points deducted by the league.
Defender Ollie Thorne has been loaned to Conference rivals Rushden & Diamonds for the next month.
The Football Conference have levied a penalty of five points on the Harriers following a hearing into a charge of misconduct.
Another game of two halves saw a flurry of goals in one half and defences on top in the second as Harriers and Tamworth shared the points.
Harriers can build on Saturday's last-gasp win this afternoon with another local derby, this time at Tamworth.
A goal two minutes into stoppage time from leading scorer Chris McPhee gave Harriers victory in a scrappy match at Aggborough.
Mark Serrell has been appointed as Harriers' new Chairman, taking over the position from Dave Reynolds.
Harriers face a must-win game when Forest Green are the visitors to Aggborough for the first game of the new year.
A game of two halves saw Harriers fight back from two goals down at the break to level the scores only to be sunk by a late winner.
Harriers should finally be back in action this afternoon when Newport County are the visitors to Aggborough for a 1pm kick-off.
The winter has put paid to another Harriers fixture with Boxing Day's trip to Forest Green Rovers has been called off.
The weather has claimed another fixture with the snow causing the postponement of today's game with Kettering.
A disappointing performance saw them slip meekly out of the FA Trophy at the first hurdle leaving them with no cup fixtures to clutter the rest of their season.
Weather permitting, there's a 10:30 pitch inspection, Harriers will attempt to put off the field problems to one side and travel to Wrexham to begin their FA Trophy campaign this afternoon.
Saturday's trip to Darlington has been postponed because of a frozen pitch.
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.
As things stand Harriers will entertain York in one of only two Conference games of the night as all of the others have fallen foul of the weather.
Harriers moved to strengthen the squad for the busy Christmas schedule with two loan signings from.
Tomorrow's trip to Barrow has been called off due to a frozen pitch.
Today's FA Trophy draw has handed Harriers a tough trip to Conference rivals Wrexham.
Harriers moved to within touching distance of the Play-Offs following their fifth consecutive home win.
Victory today, when Eastbourne visit, could lift Harriers into the play-off positions for the first time this season.
Holders Harriers were dumped out of the Worcestershire Senior Cup in a local derby at Aggborough.
Chris McPhee's eighth goal of the season was enough to see Harriers to their second win in a week and move them to within a point of the play-off places.
Harriers look to build upon their midweek win over Rushden and move closer to the play-offs with a trip to Histon tomorrow.
Promising striker Jamille Matt has joined from Sutton Coldfield Town adding further competition for places in the squad.
Harriers recorded their fourth home win in a row thanks to Chris Mchee's seventh goal of the season and ended Rushden's run of good form.
Harriers are finally back in action after an enforced ten-day layoff tonight with the visit of in-form Rushden & Diamonds to Aggborough.
Harriers fought back from a half-time two-goal deficit to earn a share of the points in a game that both teams finished with ten men.
Dave Reynolds has returned to the club as chairman
Harriers head north this evening to face Southport in front of the TV cameras looking to bounce back from last weekedn's FA Cup disappointment.
A very disappointing performance from lacklustre Harriers saw them slip quietly out of the FA Cup for another year and miss out on some much-needed revenue.
Harriers take a break from Conference action this afternoon and embark on the trail to Wembley wit the visit of York City in the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
John finnigan has left the football club 'by mutual consent'.
Despite playing for most of the second half with only ten men Harriers battled back from a goal down to take a point at Rockingham Road.
Harriers travel to play Kettering Town at Rockingham Road this afternoon in search of their first away win since September 4.
This morning's draw for the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has handed Harriers a home tie against Conference rivals York City.
Harriers stood up to a late Grimsby onslaught to hold on to take all three points in a thrilling match and record their second home win of the week.
Harriers face Grimsby Town at Aggborough this afternoon thanks once again to TV scheduling that didn't involve them.
Chairman Barry Norgrove has this morning put the football club up for sale.
Two second half goals helped Harriers come from behind to beat Gateshead and end a two-game losing streak.
Harriers need a victory this evening when Gateshead are the visitors to Aggborough if they are to recover from two consecutive defeats.
Two second half goals from league leaders Crawley sank Harriers at Broadfield Stadium, condemning them to second defeat of the week.
Having knocked the leaders off the top of the league last weekend Harreirs must repeat the feat tomorrow to bounce back from their midweek defeat at Bath with a tough trip to big-spending Crawley.
A disappointing performance from Harriers after the euphoria of beating Wimbledon at the weekend saw their unbeaten run unceremoniously ended by lowly Bath.
Harriers need a repeat of Sunday's performance tonight at lowly Bath if the win over Wimbledon is to count for anything.
A goal in each half enabled Harriers to see of the challenge of league leaders Wimbledon and lift them six places up the league to 11th.
There's another tough test for Harriers this afternoon when the league's joint leaders AFC Wimbledon come to Aggborough.
A Jack Byrne header eleven minutes from time earned Harriers a deserved point at high-flying Fleetwood.
Improving Harriers face a tough test this evening when they visit high-flying Fleetwood Town looking to extend their unbeaten run to five games.
Harriers had to share the spoils at Aggborough this afternoon after failing to break down Cambridge United.
This afternoon Harriers look to build upon their recent improvement in form and record a third straight win when Cambridge United come to Aggborough.
At the fourth time of asking Harriers recorded a victory on home soil, and stretched their unbeaten run to three games.
A first home win of the season is, again, the target for Harriers as Hayes & Yeading United are the visitors to Aggborough this afternoon.
Harriers recorded their first win since Opening Day to lift themselves out of the relegation zone.
This afternoon Harriers face a stiff test of character with a trip to bottom-of-the-league club Altrincham.
Harriers moved to strengthen their leaky defence with the addition of Newport County defender Ollie Thorne on a free transfer.
A last minute goal from Jack Byrne saved a point for Harriers who had Mark Albrighton sent-off in a lively derby game.
Harriers face a tricky local derby against Tamworth this afternoon as they go in search of their first home win of the season.
A very disappointing performance from Harriers saw them crash to defeat and slide into the relegation zone.
Harriers head back over the border into Wales again this afternoon, this time heading to the other end of the country to face Newport County.
Steve Burr has bolstered the Harriers squad by taking Leicester City midfielder Aman Verma on loan for a month.
Harriers fought back from a disastrous start to save a point at Wrexham and went close to taking all three.
Looking to bounce back from two straight defeats Harriers face a tough test tonight with a trip to Wrexham.
Poor defending from Harriers saw them throw away the lead and slip to their second home defeat in as many games.
Harriers will be hoping to cut down on the mistakes this afternoon and bounce back with a victory when Mansfield come to Aggborough.
Harriers were brought back down to earth following their Opening Day victory with defeat at the hands of newly-promoted Southport.
Harriers play their first home Conference game of the season tonight with newly promoted Southport the visitors to Aggborough.
Steve Burr has further strengthened the Harriers squad with the addition of Wrexham striker Marc Williams on loan.
Harriers got their season off to a great start with a well-deserved win at York, their first win at Bootham Crescent since 2002.
The messing about with friendlies is over and the proper action begins in earnest tomorrow as Harriers visit York.
Harriers wrapped up their pre-season campaign with a sixth successive victory, beating Zamaretto League Premier Division side Hednesford comfortably at Keys Park.
Callum Gittings became the 13th player added to Steve Burr's squad this summer.
Harriers continued their winning streak with a very comfortable 4-0 victory over a young Crewe Alexandra side at Aggborough.
Harriers recorded their fourth successive victory as their pre-season continued to improve, beating a strong Burton Albion side.
Young left back Aaron Griffiths' successful trial has earned him a permanent contract with the Harriers.
Tamworth and England 'C' striker Nick Wright has today become the latest addition to the Harriers squad.
A team made up almost entirely of trialists proved too strong for Conference North side Redditch and brushed them aside as 3-1 winners.
Harriers gave their best performance of the summer so far to comfortably despatch a disappointingly weak Forest side.
Steve Burr has moved to secure two more players for the squad but has also let one player leave.
Lloyd Kerry, back with the Harriers on trial, scored the only goal of the game as Harriers beat Evo-Stick League side Chasetown to record their first win of the summer.
Harriers again slumped to defeat against lower-grade opposition in their latest pre-season friendly at Conference North Nuneaton Town.
Want-away defender Martin Riley has today come to an agreement with The Harriers that allows him to leave and seek a new club.
Harriers fought back from two down at Solihull only to fall behind again and slip to their second defeat in as many games.
Harriers began their pre-season warm-ups with a defeat against Premiership new-boys West Bromwich Albion.
Striker Robbie Matthews is to have his contract cancelled, allowing him to join Newport County.
The fixtures for the forthcoming season have been released, Harriers will start the campaign at York City on August 14.
Tamworth Defender Michael Briscoe has become the latest addition to the Harriers squad.
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