Kidderminster Harriers 6(3) v (0)0 Tamworth

National League North - Aggborough - 13 September 2016

Attendance: 1333

Individual Stats
v Tamworth
Sam Hornby           [1] James Belshaw          
Tyrone Williams           [2] Andy Burns          
Zaine Francis-Angol           [3] Anthony Breslin          
Keith Lowe           [5] Stephen Tomassen          
Jordan Tunnicliffe           [6] Jack Lane          
Ryan Croasdale           [4/8] Joe Clarke          
Tyrell Waite           [7/10] Ross Dyer          
James McQuilkin           [8/4] Paul Green          
Mani Dieseruvwe           [9] Dan Newton          
Elton Ngwatala           [10/11] Jed Davies          
Arthur Gnahoua           [11/7] Greg Mills          
Sam Austin           [12] Stefan Morley          
Liam Truslove           [14] Connor Taylor          
Ashley Carter           [15] Louis Briscoe          
Andre Brown           [16] Andy Morrell          
Wayne Thomas           [17] Ellis Deeney          
Team Stats
  Fouls Conceded Offside Corners Shots On Shots off
Kidderminster 10 3 1 12 11
Tamworth 6 3 5 0 4
Kidderminster Tamworth
14 Mani Dieseruvwe    
25 Arthur Gnahoua    
41 James McQuilkin    
60 Tyrell Waite    
83 Sam Austin    
85 Liam Truslove    
Williams Lowe   Tunnicliffe Francis-Angol
  McQuilkin   Ngwatala  
Waite       Gnahoua
Burns Tomassen   Lane Breslin
  Green   Clarke  
Dyer   Davies   Mills
Kidderminster Tamworth
61 Austin Gnahoua Austin to left wing. 46 Taylor Davies Taylor to attacking midfield.
72 Truslove Ngwatala Truslove to left central midfield. 46 Deeney Dyer Deeney to left central midfield, Clarke to right central midfield, Green to central defender, Burns to right wing back, Breslin to left wing back, Mills to striker. Now 5-3-2.
76 Brown Dieseruvwe Brown to striker. 67 Briscoe Mills Briscoe to attacking midfield, Taylor to striker.
Kidderminster Tamworth
Waite 20 Unsporting Behaviour
Croasdale 52 Foul
  Green 90+2 Foul  
Referee: Matthew Donohue (Stockport)
Match Report by St@tto

Harriers gave a totally dominant performance to blow away in-form Tamworth under the lights at Aggborough.

The Lambs came into the game on the back of consecutive away wins that had seen them score five goals in each but they were no match for an unchanged Harriers side.

Harriers needed just 13 minutes to take the lead; Tyrell Waite got away on the right and crossed to the near post where Mani Dieseruvwe was on hand to head in his fourth goal of the season.  The advantage was doubled eleven minutes later when Zaine Francis-Angol played the ball in from the left for Arthur Gnahoua who skipped his way into the penalty area and fired past James Belshaw - his fifth strike of the season.

Tamworth were unable to keep up with the pace of Harriers' attacking play, and struggled to get the ball off them also.  Late in the half Tyrone Williams and Waite combined on the right with the latter playing in James McQuilkin but his shot hit Belshaw; McQuilkin didn't have long to wait, though, before getting on the scoresheet, firing in a low shot after The Lambs failed to clear Gnahoua's cross.

Elton Ngwatala went close to increasing the lead in the first minute of the second half bt fired wide after good work by McQuilkin and Gnahoua on the left.  The fourth goal came on the hour; a long crossfield pass found McQuilkin on the left wing, he headed inside to Waite who cut into the penalty area before firing past Belshaw.

Harriers continued to pile on the pressure and with fifteen minutes remaining could have added to their lead further; Dieseruvwe's shot was parried by Belshaw and then Liam Truslove's follow-up was blocked by Jack Lane.  Shortly afterwards Truslove's pass split the defence wide open for Waite who shot narrowly wide of the post.

Eight minutes from the end Ryan Croasdale's pass found Sam Austin on the right; his first touch was poor but still allowed him to cut inside the full back before shooting inside the far post to make it 5-0.  Two minutes later the scoring was completed when Truslove netted his second goal of the season with a angled shot.

In the last minute Harriers could have increased their lead further when a good passing move set up Andre Brown but he shot just wide.