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WOKING v KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS

Brian Caffarey - 31st March 2009

Woking v Kidderminster Harriers
7.45pm on Wednesday 1 April 2009
REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES

The Cards have another attractive - but very tough - game tomorrow (Wednesday) night when they entertain Kidderminster Harriers in a replay of the game which was abandoned a few weeks ago. In the meantime, Phil Gilchrist?s side have been humbled 3-0 by the Harriers at Aggborough in one of the Cards? least impressive performance of the season. On Monday, though, Woking were very unlucky not to get at least a point against second-placed Cambridge United and will be hoping their fortunes will change for the better in this outing.

WOKING

Neither Micah Hyde nor Alex Rhodes were fit enough to make the 16 for the Cambridge game and it rather sounds as though Micah Hyde at least still won?t be fit for this encounter.

It seems likely that, subject to any new injury worries, Phil Gilchrist will start with the side that began against Cambridge United.

KIDDERMINSTER

The Harriers have been in great form recently and have hauled themselves up to the fringe of the play-off places. There is plenty of quality in the side, ranging from Adam Bartlett in goal, Mark Creighton in central defence, Russ Penn in midfield and ex-Card Justin Richards and Matthew Barnes-Homer up front.

Last season

Woking 3 Kidderminster Harriers 0 (26th April 2008)

With BSP status secured, the Cards gained their biggest win of the season on the final day of the campaign. Matt Pattison was the star with two fine goals, and Bradley Quamina also got on the scoresheet. The match proved to be the last appearances in a Woking shirt of Jay Gasson and Marvin Morgan.

Woking:

Gindre, Batt (Gray, 67), Lorraine, Gasson, Bunce, Lambu.

 

 

 

Recent results

(DWWWWDW)

28 March: York 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

23 March: Wrexham 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

21 March: Kidderminster Harriers 3 Woking 0

14 March: Lewes 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

10 March: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Crawley Town 0

7 March: Salisbury City 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

28 February: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Eastbourne Borough 0

 

latest news

Kidderminster?s 0-0 draw at York on Saturday extended their unbeaten run to seven games

Kidderminster?s 14 home wins is equalled only by Oxford United; away from home they have won only six games

The Harriers still have to play Stevenage Borough twice in what should be a fascinating tussle for a play-off spot

REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES

Admission prices for this game are:

Adults ?10

Concessions ?5

U16s ?2.

 

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

We?ve got another great matchday programme on Wednesday evening. Some of the highlights are:

(DWWWWDW)

28 March: York 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

23 March: Wrexham 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

21 March: Kidderminster Harriers 3 Woking 0

14 March: Lewes 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

10 March: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Crawley Town 0

7 March: Salisbury City 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

28 February: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Eastbourne Borough 0

 

latest news

Kidderminster?s 0-0 draw at York on Saturday extended their unbeaten run to seven games

Kidderminster?s 14 home wins is equalled only by Oxford United; away from home they have won only six games

The Harriers still have to play Stevenage Borough twice in what should be a fascinating tussle for a play-off spot

REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES

Admission prices for this game are:

Adults ?10

Concessions ?5

U16s ?2.

 

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

We?ve got another great matchday programme on Wednesday evening. Some of the highlights are:

 

Recent results

(DWWWWDW)

28 March: York 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

23 March: Wrexham 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

21 March: Kidderminster Harriers 3 Woking 0

14 March: Lewes 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

10 March: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Crawley Town 0

7 March: Salisbury City 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

28 February: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Eastbourne Borough 0

 

latest news

Kidderminster?s 0-0 draw at York on Saturday extended their unbeaten run to seven games

Kidderminster?s 14 home wins is equalled only by Oxford United; away from home they have won only six games

The Harriers still have to play Stevenage Borough twice in what should be a fascinating tussle for a play-off spot

REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES

Admission prices for this game are:

Adults ?10

Concessions ?5

U16s ?2.

 

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

We?ve got another great matchday programme on Wednesday evening. Some of the highlights are:

28 March: York 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

23 March: Wrexham 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

21 March: Kidderminster Harriers 3 Woking 0

14 March: Lewes 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1

10 March: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Crawley Town 0

7 March: Salisbury City 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

28 February: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Eastbourne Borough 0

 

 

latest news

Kidderminster?s 0-0 draw at York on Saturday extended their unbeaten run to seven games

Kidderminster?s 14 home wins is equalled only by Oxford United; away from home they have won only six games

The Harriers still have to play Stevenage Borough twice in what should be a fascinating tussle for a play-off spot

REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES

Admission prices for this game are:

Adults ?10

Concessions ?5

U16s ?2.

 

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

We?ve got another great matchday programme on Wednesday evening. Some of the highlights are:

Pages 2 and 3

 

David Taylor and Phil Gilchrist give their immediate post-match reactions to the defeat at the hands of Cambridge United on Monday evening

 

 

 

Page 8

 

Brian Caffarey recalls a very wet night when the Harriers last came visiting

 

Pages 12-13

 

Brian Caffarey profiles the busy Rosemary Johnson and just about escapes a clip round the ear!

 

Pages 24-25

 

Lewis ?Kwame? Hulatt profiles promising young defender Dan Sintim

 

Page 29

 

Neil Bennett traces the subsequent careers of the great Woking side of 1996-97

 

Page 37

 

Sadie Gordon revels in the funnier side of the game

 

Pages 40-41

 

A mathematically-inclined Tom Barnardo sticks his neck out and forecasts who will go down and who will survive

 

 

 

 

And, of course, the rest of the programme is packed full with superb photos from David Holmes and Lewis Hulatt and all the usual reports and previews.

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