KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 1, ALFRETON TOWN 3
Sunday Dec 15, 2013
REDS GROUND HIGH-FLYING HARRIERS
Dave Pursglove's Kidderminster Harriers match picture album here
Alfreton Town produced a superb second half display to come from behind and record a 3-1 win at third-placed Kidderminster Harriers which also earned Nicky Law's side a first league 'double' of the season.
The Reds went into the game on the back of four straight defeats in all competitions and without scoring in any of them but once again the squad rose to the challenge and showed their resilience and quality.
Kidderminster went in front on 17 minutes through Callum Gittings and his goal separated the sides at half time.
Former Harrier Michael Wylde equalised for the Reds on 52 minutes with his first goal for Alfreton and he doubled his tally on 68 minutes to put the Reds in front.
The hosts had striker Amari Morgan-Smith sent off before Job Ayo Akinde was brought down in the penalty area and he wrapped up victory from the spot on 89 minutes with his eighth league goal of the season.
The win took the Reds back up to sixth place in the table.
FREE admission for under-16s
Alfreton have no midweek game before facing Dartford in Skrill Premier action at the Impact Arena on Saturday, December 21st (3pm).
Admission prices for this game have been drastically reduced to just £12 for adults (aged between 22 and 64), with concessions (65 and over) down to £10, a young adult (aged 17 to 21) is just £5 and children under 16 can once again get in for FREE provided that they are accompanied by an adult.