Seven without loss for Harriers

Kidderminster Harriers kept up their terrific recent form to remain second in National League North.

Harriers are now unbeaten in their last seven matches after comfortably dispatching mid-table Alfreton Town at Aggborough last night.

Cliff Moyo rose highest to head home a corner just past the half-hour mark and give Kidderminster the lead.

Harriers – who drew 2-2 at Farsley Celtic on Saturday – bagged their second of yesterday evening when Omari Sterling delivered a ball from deep and Ashley Hemmings headed home.

That made it 2-0 in the 71st minute – and the game was over as a contest three minutes from time when Hemmings got his second of the night.

He capitalised on a mistake in the Alfreton defence and had the simplest of tasks of finishing into an empty net.

Hemmings could have gone on to complete his hat-trick when he was unable to guide the ball into the net.

Harriers follow up with two more home games in the next week – against Curzon Ashton and Kettering Town.

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