|Kidderminster Harriers 0(0) v (0)0 Boston United|
|Football League Division 3 - Aggborough - 7 September 2002|
|Stuart Brock 6||0(2)||0||0||0||0||||Paul Bastock 7||0(4)||0||0||0||0|
|Adie Smith 6||0||0||2||2||0||[6/12]||Matthew Hocking 5||0||0||2||2||1|
|Scott Stamps 5||0||0||1||0||0||[3/14]||James Gould 6||0||0||1||1||0|
|Lee Ayres 5||0||0||2||1||0||[16/6]||Mark Greaves 5||0||1||0||2||0|
|Craig Hinton 7||0||0||3||0||0||[5/26]||Ray Warburton 5||0||1||0||2||0|
|Danny Williams 6||0||2||0||2||0||[4/10]||Simon Weatherstone 6||0||2||3||2||1|
|Andy Ducros 8||2(2)||1||3||0||0||[14/16]||Simon Rusk 6||0||0||1||0||0|
|Sean Flynn 5||1(1)||1||5||3||0||[21/15]||Neil Redfearn 6||1(1)||2||2||3||0|
|Drewe Broughton 5||0||2||4||4||0||[9/30]||Stuart Douglas 5||1(1)||1||2||3||1|
|Bo Henriksen 6||1(1)||1||2||1||1||[12/4]||Paul Ellender 5||0||0||2||7||4|
|Sean Parrish 5||0||0||1||0||0||[8/11]||Mark Angel 5||0||0||0||3||0|
|Ian Foster 5||0||1||0||0||0||[10/2]||Mark Clifford 5||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sam Shilton||[11/8]||Mark Burton|
|Daire Doyle||[15/21]||Jamie Cook 5||0||0||0||0||0|
|Ian Joy||[18/32]||Neil Thompson|
|John Danby||[13/29]||Nick Conroy|
|Fouls Conceded||Offside||Corners||Shots On||Shots off|
|80||Foster||Ducros||Foster to striker. Now 4-3-3.||82||Clifford||Rusk||Clifford to right midfield.|
|87||Cook||Douglas||Cook to striker.|
|Broughton 4 Unsporting Behaviour
Flynn 82 Dissent
|Hocking 23 Foul
Warburton 52 Foul
|Match Report by St@tto|
Division 3 draw specialists Kidderminster had to settle for just one point for the fifth
time in seven games after a dour goalless affair at Aggborough against bottom club Boston.
Searching for their first home win against The Pilgrims since 1988, a run of six encounters, Harriers were first out of the blocks but were up against a side happy to defend. Harriers can have no complaints, however, as they have done it themselves on more than one occasion on their travels this season.
After just eight minutes, Harriers came close to taking the lead, Andy Ducros found Danny Williams who set off on a run through the heart of the visitors’ defence before feeding Bo Henriksen on the right and his snap shot brought an excellent full-length save from Paul Bastock who turned the ball round the post for a corner. A couple of minutes later Bastock missed his kick and the clearance went straight to Sean Flynn 25 yards out and with the goal at his mercy but he took one touch too many and fired well wide.
Unfortunately the game did not live up to its early promise and soon became bogged down in the midfield. Chances were shared evenly throughout the remainder of the half, Harriers struggled to break down Boston who were content to make a few counter-attacking breaks. Two minutes before the break Boston had their best chance, Stuart Brock forced into tipping Neil Redfern’s 20 yard free kick over the bar.
The second half continued in similar fashion although Harriers began to step up the pace a little, Ducros shooting straight at Bastock to round off a good passing move on the left midway through the half.
Bo Henriksen was not at the top of his form, struggling with the groin injury that he just cannot shake off, but he almost nicked the points five minutes from time. Scott Stamps crossed low from the left through a crowd of players towards the far post, Henriksen slid at the ball but it was just beyond his reach and went out for a goal kick and with it went Harriers’ chances of victory.