Kidderminster Harriers finally back in action

The last 18 months have been stop-start for all non-league clubs – but it could hardly have felt more stark than at Kidderminster Harriers.

A professional outfit playing in the second tier of non-league pyramid, Harriers’ stars have been training for months without a game to look forward to.

Each of their last two campaigns have been curtailed, but they are back in action at York City tomorrow – with all tickets sold for the first game with fans at the Minstermen’s new ground, though with a reduced capacity of 2,000.

Harriers will be without key man Cliff Moyo, who partially ruptured his Achilles in pre-season and is set to be out until January.

Boss Russ Penn has added a mixture of experience and youth recently, including former Albion youth keeper Jamie Emery, Walsall youngster Joe Foulkes on loan and defender Nathan Cameron, who has more than 200 EFL appearances.

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