Gary Whild continues to build for the new season by bringing in Kelvin Langmead on loan from Ebbsfleet United.
Harriers have signed their first goalkeeper for the coming season in Alex Palmer, a highly-rated youngster from WBA.
Former Wrexham midfielder Joe Clarke has become the latest to join Harriers for the new season.
Gary Whild has added to his defensive options by capturing the signature of former Luton man Lathaniel Rowe-Turner.
Despite taking an early lead Harriers were defeated by an Eastleigh side who clinched a place in the play-offs.
The curtain comes down on a turbulent season this evening with Harriers' first-ever visit to Eastleigh.
24 hours after the first team picked up the Senior Cup the Under-18 side triumphed in their version of the competition.
The curtain comes down on Harriers' home season this afternoon with the visit of league leaders Barnet.
A disappointing performance from Harriers saw them crash to defeat at Park View Road.
Harriers visit Kent tomorrow to face another relegation-threatened side in Welling United.
Harriers Chairman Ken Rae, along with two other members of the board, has resigned his position.
Harriers are set for a bumper crowd this afternoon with the visit of championship-chasing Bristol Rovers to Aggborough.
Callum Gittings' third goal of the season earned Harriers a point and condemned Telford to relegation.
Harriers look to build on last weekend's win over Braintree with a trip to bottom club Telford.
Danny Wright's first goals for the club helped Harriers to a 3-1 win over Braintree Town at Aggborough, ending their nine-game winless streak.
Essex side Braintree are the visitors to Aggborough this afternoon as Harriers look to end their nine-game winless streak.
Gary Whild has raided the lower leagues again to pick up striker Gurjit Singh from Tipton Town.
Josh Gowling has left Harriers in a surprise move, joining Conference rivals Grimsby Town on loan for the rest of the season.
Lee Hughes scored for Harriers but they were unable to push on and get a positive result, losing for the fourth time in a row.
Harriers face a long trip south tomorrow to take on another out-of-form team in Torquay United.
Gary Whild is set to ring the changes again as he attempts to get his team out of their current slump in form.
Harriers go in search of a goal again this evening against on of the league's form sides.
Harriers are now 412 minutes without a goal after slipping to another disappointing defeat at Alfreton.
There's another tricky game for Harriers this afternoon with a trip to lowly Alfreton Town.
Harriers face a must-win game this afternoon with the visit of FC Halifax Town to Aggborough.
There's a long trip north this evening for a Harriers team looking to get back to winning ways.
Harriers dropped two points with a disappointing draw at relegation-threatened Nuneaton.
Harriers are in front of the BT Sport cameras again this afternoon with a lunchtime kick-off at lowly Nuneaton.
Harriers a back in action for the first time in three weeks this afternoon with the visit of Woking.
A goal in each half was enough to send a strong Harriers side into the County Cup final.
Harriers will be without a fixture again as Saturday's trip to Gateshead has been postponed.
Marvin Johnson has left the club, seasling a last minute deadline move to Scottish Premier side Motherwell.
Harriers head to Chester this afternoon seeking their fifth away win in a row.
Jack Byrne struck late on to give Harriers their fourth away win in-a-row.
Harriers look to bounce back from a weekend defeat with a trip to out-of-form Aldershot this evening.
Gary Whild has made another new signing bringing in striker Danny Wright from Gateshead.
Gary Whild has bolstered the Harriers squad with the addition of Shrewsbury Town midfielder Aaron Wildig.
Two goals in three second half minutes condemned Harriers to their fourth consecutive home defeat.
Harriers can just concentrate on the league, now, following last weekend's disappointing FA Trophy exit.
Harriers' hopes of a run to Wembley in the FA Trophy are over after losing to Conference rivals Altrincham.
There has been an inspection of the Aggborough mud and it has been passed fit to play so Harriers can continue their quest for FA Trophy glory.
Gary Whild has made a number of moves in the transfer market, bringing in two and sending out one.
Micheal Gash has left the club after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent.
Leading scorer Marvin Johnson came to Harriers' rescue with two late goals to give Harriers their first-ever win at Princes Park.
Harriers make the long trip south to Dartford this afternoon to a ground that they have yet to score on looking to end a run of two straight defeats.
Harriers slipped to their heaviest defeat of the season as Forest Green took quick revenge for their Boxing Day defeat.
The Aggborough mud has passed a mid-morning inspection and this afternoon's game will go ahead.
Harriers' four-game winning streak came to an end after a lacklustre performance in the Aggborough mud.
The Aggborough pitch has passed a 9am inspection and the match against Southport is on.
Harriers twice came from behind at The New Lawn before Aman Verma lashed in an 80th minute winner.
Harriers get to run off the turkey tomorrow with a trip to Forest Green looking to record their fourth victory in-a-row.
Harriers are back at Aggborough this afternoon for the first time on a Saturday since the beginning of November.
Following last night's win at Bradford Park Avenue Harriers will entertain Altrincham in Round Two of the FA Trophy.
A thoroughly professional performance from Harriers saw them ease through the rescheduled FA Trophy tie at Bradford.
The FA Trophy tie at Bradford was called off at 1:45pm due to a frozen pitch.
Harriers set out on the road to Wembley this afternoon with another trip to Bradford (Park Avenue) in the First Round of the FA Trophy.
Harriers have a chance to bounce back from Saturday's disappointing defeat by Altrincham with the visit of Nuneaton Town this evening.
Showing a similar lack of imagination to the Conference fixture computer, the FA have handed Harriers another trip to Bradford Park Avenue in the FA Trophy.
Harriers threw away the lead late on to fall to Altrincham at Moss Lane.
Harriers look to extend their recent run of good form this afternoon with a trip to lowly Altrrincham.
Joslain Mayebi could make his Harriers debut against his former club when Wrexham are the visitors to Aggborough tis evening.
Beleagured Harriers gave one of their best performances of the season to beat high-flying Grimsby at Blundell Park.
Harriers' thinning squad face another tough test tomorrow with a trip to Blundell Park to take on Grimsby Town.
In the face of a worsening financial situation Harriers have transferred two players more out of the club.
Harriers gave a solid performance at The Memorial Stadium but were denied victory by a leveller nine minutes from time.
Harriers' fixture list doesn't get any easier this afternoon as they travel to high-flying Bristol Rovers.
Michael Gash has become the latest player to leave the club in a cost-cutting measure.
Jared Hodgkiss was sent off for the first time in his career as Harriers slipped to a disappointing defeat against Aldershot.
Harriers are back in action this evening after a eleven-day lay-off with the visit of Aldershot this evening.
Gary Whild has continued to reshape the squad by sending two more players out on loan.
Kevin Nicholson's first goal in a Harriers shirt helped his new team beat his previous side at Aggborough.
Harriers look to bounce back from last weekend's disappointing FA Cup exit with the visit of Torquay United.
Gary Whild brought in midfielder Matt Robinson on a month's loan from Luton Town and sent out Reece Styche.
Harriers' indifferent form continued with a disappointing exit from the FA Cup.
Harriers take their first break from league action today with the visit of Eastleigh to Aggborough in the FA Cup.
The games don't get any easier for Harriers; tomorrow they head north to face FC Halifax Town at The Shay.
Harriers have been drawn at home to Conference rivals Eastleigh in the FA Cup.
Harriers face a tough examination tomorrow when they travel to league leaders Barnet.
The BT cameras will be at Aggborough for the frst time this season this evening as Harriers take on Welling United.
Harriers gave their poorest display of the season and were held at home by the league's bottom club.
Harriers face the first of two home games in the space of four games this afternoon with a local derby against Telford.
For the second time in three games Harriers were beaten by a goal in the last ten minutes in a game they deserved to get something out of.
Harriers are on the road again tonight when they head north to take on Wrexham at The Racecourse.
Harriers raced into a three-goal lead but were left holding-on by the end as Woking fought back.
Harriers head to high-flying Woking tomorrow looking to bounce back from last weekend's disappointing defeat against Grimsby.
Harriers lost at home for the first time this season thanks to a late winner by Grimsby substitute Rhys Oates.
Harriers face arguably their toughest test of the season so far this afternoon when Grimsby Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers bounced back from two straight defeats in emphatic style with a thumping 4-0 victory over Altrincham at Aggborough.
Harriers entertain newly-promoted Altrincham this evening needing a win to get back on track after two successive defeats.
Harriers slipped to their second defeat in a row, falling to Braintree for the first time.
It's another day out on the road for Harriers as they head to Essex to face Braintree Town.
Harriers were not at their best as they slipped to their first defeat of the season at Haig Avenue.
Harriers head back out on the road tonight, heading north to face Southport at Haig Avenue.
Two quick goals enabled Harriers to overcome in-form Gateshead and maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
There's a tough test for Harriers this afternoon with the visit of high-flying Gateshead to Aggborough.
There was little action for Harriers as the transfer deadline passed with just two players moving out on loan.
Jack Byrne's second-half goal gave Harriers their first away win of the season.
Harriers head to Dover for the first time in 14 years tomorrow looking to record their first away goals and win of the season.
Harriers' defences were finally breached as they threw away a two-goal lead to draw, ending the game with ten men.
The focus will probably fall squarely on the return of Steve Burr to Aggborough when Chester are the visitors this afternoon.
Harriers' defence stood strong again and recorded their fourth clean sheet of the season as they drew at Macclesfield.
Harriers head back out on the road tomorrow going north to take on Macclesfield.
Kyle Storer's strike five minutes before the break was enough to maintain Harriers' 100% home record.
Harriers entertain Dartford this afternoon looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season.
Two goals from defender Chey Dunkley helped Harreirs towards their first win of the season, comfortably brushing aside Alfreton at Aggborough.
Harriers are back at Aggborough this evening for their first competitive home game of the season with the visit of Alfreton Town.
Harriers began their Conference campaign with a goalless draw at Sincil Bank.
Another season gets underway tomorrow, Harriers kicking off their Conference campaign with a trip to Sincil Bank.
Harriers have added experienced left-back Kevin Nicholson to the squad ahead of the start of the new season.
Harriers finished their pre-season campaign with victory over League Two Cheltenham Town.
Misfit striker Freddie Ladapo has been loaned to Grays Athletic until January.
A second half goal for Shrewsbury cancelled out Reece Styche's opener and gave Harriers their fifth draw of the summer.
Harriers' first home friendly of the summer ended in defeat against Championship side Birmingham.
Trialists Jake Green and Reece Hales have been handed one-year contracts after impressing through pre-season
The Harriers strikers found their shooting boots and ran out comfortable winners at Walshes Meadow.
Plenty of thunder and lightning off the field but not much on it as Harriers were held to another draw.
Harriers were given a good workout by Stourbridge at Amblecote and were denied a first win of the summer by a late equaliser.
Harriers were held to a second successive draw by Stratford Town in scorching heat at Knight's Lane.
The first friendly of the summer to involve the whole first team squad ended all-square at Damson Park.
A team made up of young trialists were beaten by Midland Combination side Littleton to begin Harriers' pre-season programme.
The Conference fixtures for the coming season have been released and Harriers will begin away from home facing Lincoln City at Sincil Bank on August 9.
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