As last summer Mark Yates will have to rebuild his squad for the next assault on the Football Conference.
Harriers' youngsters romped to success in the Worcestershire Youth Cup, beating holders Alvechurch 5-0 at Stourport.
Harriers failed at the last hurdle to make it into the play-offs, defeated at home to Kettering who snatched a last minute winner.
Harriers complete their Conference campaign this afternoon hopeful that they can keep the season alive for just a little while longer.
Harriers completed their Midland Floodlit Youth League campaign with another convincing win that maintained their unbeaten home record.
Harriers' hopes of making the play-offs were taken out of their hands by defeat at Stevenage who jump over them into the play-off places.
Harriers face the biggest game of the season so far this evening when they visit promotion rivals Stevenage knowing that victory will clinch a spot in the play-offs.
Harriers picked up another point towards making the play-offs, coming from behind for the sixth game in a row and extending their unbeaten run to 14 games.
Harriers face another massive game tomorrow with a visit to Cambridgeshire and play-off rivals Histon.
Harriers cruised past lowly Bustleholme to pick up the points that they needed to take the Western Division title with a game to spare.
Harriers came from behind to win again, strengthening their hold on a play-off place and preventing Burton from clinching the Championship.
Harriers return to Aggborough for the first time in what seems ages, but is in fact only nine days, with the visit of Burton Albion this afternoon.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to 12 games but were denied all three points by Colin Little's penalty four minutes into stoppage time.
The games keep coming thick and fast for Harriers, on the road for the third time in five days this afternoon, with a trip to lowly Altrincham.
Harriers stretched their lead over Stevenage in the race for the play-offs by another point, but again had to come from behind with less than a full complement of players.
Harriers' punishing schedule continues tonight with another long away trip, this time to Kent and lowly Ebbsfleet United.
Harriers' youngsters moved to within one victory of the Western Division league title, coming from behind to beat Willenhall.
Controversy surrounded the game as Harriers had two men sent off but still managed to hold on to a point at The New Lawn.
The games keep coming thick and fast for Harriers with the first of three away games in five days, a trip to Forest Green.
A thrilling comeback by Harriers saw them recover from two goals down to beat play-off rivals Stevenage 4-2 at Aggborough.
Harriers face probably their biggest league game since they were relegated from the Football League this afternoon when they entertain Stevenage Borough.
Harriers jumped back into the play-off places after a sparkling performance at Kingfield saw them record their best win of the season.
Harriers face annother must-win game this evening with a trip to lowly Woking.
Harriers are still in fifth place in the Conference despite being held to a goalless draw at York City.
Harriers face another away trip tomorrow, heading north again to York and the scene of their FA Trophy exit.
Harriers cruised into the final of the Worcestershire Senior Cup with a comfortable win over Conference North side Redditch United.
A Chris McPhee header our minutes into stoppage time gave Harriers victory at The Racecourse and lifted them back into the play-off positions.
Harriers face another stiff test this evening when they travel to play-off rival Wrexham knowing that a point is all that is needed to get back into the play-off places.
A comfortable 3-0 win for Harriers, stretching their unbeaten run to five games, moved them back to within one point of the play-offs.
Harriers pop into Aggborough tomorrow before setting out on a three-game road trip with a visit from lowly Woking.
League-leading Harriers were held at home for just the second time all season in an entertaining game with Stourbridge.
Justin Richards' 18th goal of the season was enough to hand Harriers the points at bottom club Lewes, condemning them to a 15th consecutive defeat.
Harriers face another long trip tomorrow, travelling to bottom club Lewes for another must-win game.
Harriers' juniors continued their steady progress towards to MFYL Western Division title with a 2-0 win over Gornal Athletic at Aggborough.
An excellent performance from Harriers saw them climb back up to seventh in the Conference, level on points with Crawley and with games in hand.
Harriers face another "must win" game this evening with the visit of Crawley Town to Aggborough.
Adam Bartlett saved a 91st minute penalty to save a point for Harriers after a dour goalless draw at Salisbury.
Harriers face another tricky game tomorrow with a trip to Wiltshire to face in-form Salisbury City.
Harriers' game at Woking was abandoned after 63 minutes as heavy rain made the pitch unplayable.
Harriers look to build on their weekend success with a trip to Surrey to face lowly Woking at Kingfield.
Two goals from Matt Barnes-Homer gave Harriers their first win in five games despite playing 75 minutes with only ten men.
Harriers are back in Conference action for the first time in 11 days this afternoon with the first ever visit to Aggborough of Eastbourne Borough.
A Michael Carr hat-trick helped a Harriers Reserve side to see off Stourbridge and progress to the semi-final of the Worcestershire Senior Cup.
Harriers have moved to bring in midfielder Chris McPhee from the wreckage of Weymouth's squad, with defender Paul Bignot leaving the club.
An abject performance from Harriers saw them slump to their second home defeat in a row and the first against Cambridge for 50 years.
There's a quick opportunity for Harriers to ounce back from Sunday's ignominious defeat against Northwich with the rearranged visit of Cambridge to Aggborough this evening.
A poor, poor, performance from Harriers saw them slump to defeat at home to bottom club Northwich.
Harriers need to get their FA Trophy exit out of their minds and focus on their play-off push with the visit of bottom-club Northwich to Aggborough this afternoon.
Harriers are out of the FA Trophy after an epic penalty shoot-out at Bootham Crescent, finally bowing out 13-12.
All being well Harriers travel north to face York City in the delayed Trophy 3rd Round Replay.
Michael Bowler has had his contract cancelled 'by mutual consent' and has left the club.
Tonight's game with Cambridge United has fallen victim to the weather.
Harriers are back in action this evening for the first time this month with the visit of Cambridge United to Aggborough for a televised Conference clash.
Unsurprisingly, tonight's FA Trophy trip to York has fallen victim to the weather and been postponed.
Harriers defender Martin Riley has been called up by Paul Fairclough for the upcoming England C game.
Harriers made one signing at today's transfer deadline, former Northwich Victoria player Michael Carr joining to bolster the midfield.
Should Harriers overcome York in the FA Trophy they will have another home tie in hte last eight with the winners on the Havant & Waterlooville v Crawley tie awaiting.
Harriers face a midweek trip to York City after the teams drew 1-1 at Aggborough this afternoon in the FA Trophy Third Round.
Harriers face York City at Aggborough this afternoon with a place in the last eight of the FA Trophy at stake.
A goal in each half from Matt Barnes-Homer saw off the challenge of Histon and lifted Harriers back into the play-off positions.
Harriers face a tough test this evening as they look to end their two-game losing streak with the visit of second-placed Histon to Aggborough.
A goal three minutes from time consigned Harriers to their second defeat in a row and gave lowly Barrow the double over them.
Craig Armstrong goes straight into the squad tomorrow as Harriers look to bounce back from last weekend's defeat with a long trip to lowly Barrow.
Much traveled midfielder Craig Armstrong has today become Harreirs first signing of this transfer window.
A goal in each half from Stuart Beavon sunk Harriers, sending them to their first home defeat since October 4.
Harriers return to Conference action tomorrow, their first league action of 2009, with the visit of Weymouth to Aggborough.
Following last night's 5-3 win at Ilkeston Town, Harriers will face York City at Aggborough in the next round.
Michael McGrath today left the club after having his contract cancelled "by mutual consent".
Harriers are through the FA Trophy Third Round, but only after making life hard for themselves at Ilkeston.
Harriers make another attempt to play their FA Trophy Second Round tie played at Ilkeston Town this evening.
Today's FA Trophy tie at Ilkeston has fallen victim to the weather.
Harriers face more cup action this afternoon when they travel to Derbyshire to take on Ilkeston Town in the FA Trophy Second Round.
Lee Baker became Harriers' first acquisition of the January sales yesterday making his move to Aggborough permanent.
Harriers' hopes of causing an FA Cup upset were brushed aside by Coventry's two second-half goals at The Ricoh Arena.
Harriers face the biggest game of their season so far this afternoon when they make their first visit to The Ricoh Arena to face Coventry in the FA Cup.
Adam Bartlett made up for his Boxing Day own goal with a man-of-the-match performance and injury time penalty save as Harriers won at Torquay.
Looking to get out of their recent dip in form Harriers face a difficult trip to second-placed Torquay United tomorrow.
Harriers' run of eight consecutive home wins was brought to an end after a poor performance in a dreadful match saw them drop two points against lowly Forest Green.
Harriers have the chance to bounce back from last weekend's setback at Crawley when they entertain lowly Forest Green this afternoon.
Harriers may not have had the best of days at Crawley yesterday but the travelling support hit the front page of Non-League Today this morning.
Harriers played 83 minutes with ten men after Mark Creighton was sent off and crashed to a poor defeat at Crawley.
Harriers are back in league action today with the first of three tough games, the long trip south to face Crawley Town.
Harriers will travel to Ilkeston Town in Round Two of the FA Trophy after defeating Burscough.
Harriers got their FA Trophy campaign under way with a narrow victory over Conference North strugglers Burscough.
Harriers will try again tonight to get the FA Trophy campaign underway with the visit of Burscough to Aggborough.
Russ Penn committed his immediate future to the club yesterday by signing a new contract.
Today's FA Trophy tie with Burscough as been called off.
Harriers recorded their tenth Conference home win thanks to two second half goals against lowly Mansfield Town to climb to third in the table.
There's another big game for Harriers tonight when Mansfield Town are the visitors to Aggborough in the Conference.
Harriers recorded their ninth win in eleven Conference games at Aggborough despite playing well within themselves against crisis club Salisbury.
Harriers have to get their minds off the FA Cup and back to league action this afternoon when Salisbury visit Aggborough.
Tonight's Worcestershire Senior Cup tie at Stourbridge has been postponed.
In the 3rd Round of the FA Cup Harriers will play Coventry City at the Ricoh on January 3.
A goal in each half helped Harriers overcome the potential banana skin of Curzon Ashton and progress into the FA Cup Third Round.
FA Cup fever hits Aggborough again tomorrow when Curzon Ashton visit Aggborough for the first time with a place in the Third Round at stake for the winners.
Yesterday's loan deadline passed with one player arriving at Aggborough - former Harrier Chris Beardsley.
A below-par performance from Harriers saw them slip to defeat at lowly Oxford United.
The big games keep coming for Harriers tonight with a trip to The Kassam Stadium to face Oxford United.
This morning's draw for the FA Trophy 1st round has given Harriers a home tie against Burscough.
Brian Smikle's first-half strike was enough to give Harriers their eighth home win of the season and see off the challenge of in-form Wrexham.
Harriers face their biggest league game of the season so far tomorrow when Wrexham are the visitors to Aggborough.
The Harriers youh team moved back to the top of the league with a 4-0 win over Dudley at Aggborough.
Justin Richards' 12th goal of the season, a penalty, was enough to give Harriers the game at Nene Park and lift them up to 4th in the Conference.
This afternoon Harriers face the first of a tricky three-game run with a visit to Rushden & Diamonds.
Harriers dropped points at Aggborough for the first time this season after throwing away a two-goal lead.
The draw for the Second Round of the FA Cup has paired Harriers with a home tie against giantkillers Curzon Ashton.
Harriers edged through into the Second Round of the FA Cup after winning a thrilling match against Cambridge United.
There's £20000 at stake tomorrow for Harriers as they face Conference rivals Cambridge United in the FA Cup First Round.
Harriers' fringe players put on a good display at The Pirelli Stadium but were edged out of the Setanta Shield by the odd goal in five.
Harriers take the short trip over to Burton this evening to begin their Setanta Shield campaign.
Harriers moved back up to 6th in the Conference after a goal in each half inflicted a ninth consecutive away defeat on struggling Grays.
Harriers make a brief return to league action tomorrow with the visit of Grays Athletic to Aggborough.
Today's draw for the FA Cup 1st Round has handed Harriers a home tie against Cambridge United.
A thoroughly professional performance from Harriers saw them creuise past King's Lynn into Round One of the FA Cup despite having Luke Jones needlessly sent-off.
Harriers face their biggest game of the season so far tomorrow with a tough trip to Kings Lynn in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round.
Harriers crashed out of the Midland Youth Cup on the wrong end of a ten-goal thrashing at The New Meadow.
A lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them defeated by the only goal of the game at Rockingham Road which sent their hosts to the top of the league.
Today's draw for the third round of the Setanta Shield has handed Harriers a trip to Burton Albion.
Harriers renew rivalries with Kettering Town after an eight-year break in a top-of-the-table clash at Rockingham Road tomorrow.
Harriers' sixth win on the bounce sent them to the top of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Western Division.
This morning's draw fopr the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has given Harriers a tough trip to Conference North side Kings Lynn.
The draw for the Second Round of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup has handed Harriers a home tie against Archdales '73.
The introduction of new signing Stefan Moore turned the game on its head and ended Harriers' mini slump of two games without a win.
Ebbsfeet United are the visitors to Aggborough tomorrow with Harriers looking to bounce back from two games without a win this week.
Former Aston Villa striker Stefan Moore has signed a short-term deal with Harriers, giving cover for the injured Justin Richards.
A goal ten minutes from time cancelled out Harriers lead and condemned them to their second game in a row without a win.
Harriers have a quick chance to get Saturday's defeat out of their systems tonight with a trip to bottom club Northwich.
Lacklustre Harriers got exactly what they deserved from a disappointing performance against newly-prompted Barrow.
Harriers face out-of-form Barrow at Aggborough this afternoon looking for a fifth consecutive victory that could lift them to the top of the Conference.
Harriers' youth team recorded their fourth win in a row to overcome Tividale and move up to third in the league.
Harriers' fringe players were given a run out at Ribbesford Meadow and earned themselves a comfortable derby victory.
Harriers' second away win in a week lifted them to second place in the table but they were made to work hard for their victory by spirited Eastbourne.
Harriers make their first ever visit to Eastbourne tomorrow knowing that a win could send them to the top of the Conference for the first time since winning it in 2000.
former Harriers midfielder Neil MacKenzie has returned to the club on loan from Notts County.
Paul Bignot has been sent out on loan for a month to get some much-needed match practice.
Harriers recorded their first ever victory in the Midland Youth Cup, winning a seven-goal thriller at Aggborough against Burton Albion.
Harriers' fifth consecutive home win saw off the challenge of York City and lifted them to the dizzy heights of third in the Conference.
Victory tonight would give Harriers the best home record in the Conference, former Harrier Simon Russell will be out to make sure that doesn't happen.
A goal two minutes into stoppage time from substitute Darryl Knights completed Harriers' comeback and gave them their first away win of the season.
Harriers head to the South Coast and Weymouth for the third time this year tomorrow in search of their first away win of the season.
Michael McGrath has been loaned out by Harriers to local rivals Worcester City.
Harriers' youngsters fought back from a two-goal deficit to record their second win in a row.
Harriers maintained their unbeaten home record with the fourth win on the bounce at Fortress Aggborough.
Harriers welcome Oxford United to Aggborough tomorrow looking to maintain their unbeaten home record and record a fourth successive victory on their own territory.
Harriers' four-game unbeaten run was brought to an end at The New Recreation Ground where they still have yet to win.
Weather permitting Harriers travel to Grays tomorrow looking to stretch their unbeaten run to five games and pick up a first win at The Recreation Ground.
Matthew Barnes-Homer's 44th minute strike was enough to win the game for Harriers and lift them into the top ten for the first time this season.
Harriers perform in front of the Setanta cameras again this evening with the visit of Torquay United to Aggborough.
Yesterday's transfer deadline passed with just two deals done at Aggborough; Lee Baker and Keith Lowe extending their stays.
A goal in each half from Russ Penn helped Harriers come from behind again and record the second successive home victory.
Harriers are back at Aggborough tomorrow looking to extend their unbeaten run to three games against old foes Rushden & Diamonds.
Harriers' new youth team got their first win of the season with an emphatic victory over Lye Town at Aggborough.
Harriers had to come from behind twice to earn a share of the points in an entertaining game at Burton Albion this afternoon.
Harriers face a tough test this afternoon when they visit The Pirelli Stadium to take on Burton Albion looking to build on Saturday's win over Altrincham.
Harriers recorded their first win of the season in emphatic style, blasting ten-man Altrincham with a four-goal salvo at Aggborough.
Harriers make another attempt to get their season underway tomorrow with a must-win game against Altrincham.
Harriers have made moves in the transfer market this afternoon with one player leaving and one player coming in.
Dreadful defending by Harriers saw them shoot themselves in the foot and gift the game to Mansfield.
Harriers' search for their first win of the season doesn't get any easier tomorrow as they travel to Field Mill to face recently relegated Mansfield Town.
Harriers suffered their first defeat of the season, and their first against Cambridge since 1959, in a frenetic game at Abbey Stadium.
Harriers face a tough game this evening in search of hteir first win of the season when they take on Cambridge United at Abbey Stadium.
Harriers began their season with a disappointing draw with Conference newcomers Lewes at Aggborough.
Proper football finally returns tomorrow when Harriers begin another Conference campaign with the visit of newly-promoted Lewes to Aggborough.
The Harriers squad continues to grow with the addition of two more players today.
Harriers have bolstered their squad by handing contracts to four of the trialists who have spent pre-season at Aggborough.
Harriers completed their pre-season programme with a win on their first-ever visit to Conference South side Team Bath.
A lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them beaten at Conference North side Stafford Rangers.
Despite beating Barnstaple Town 3-1 Harriers are out of the Errea South West Challenge and so have no more games to play in Devon.
Harriers suffered an early setback to their chances of success in the Errea South West Challenge, beaten 2-0 by Yeovil Town.
Harriers twice led against Championship side Plymouth Argyle at Aggborough but had to settle for a draw to maintain their unbeaten pre-season form.
A goal from Daryl Knights minutes into the first friendly was enough to get Harriers pre-season programme off to a good start.
The Conference fixtures were published today for the coming season and Harriers were handed a home game to start the season against newly promoted Lewes.
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