Kidderminster Harriers Head Coach John Eustace was left to bemoan a lack of reward for a good start for Harriers as they were beaten at Chorley on Saturday.

The visitors started well and worked some good openings against one of their play-off rivals.

But in the end, even with Andre Brown’s tenth goal of the season, the reds had to make do with the losing end of a tight, close affair.

“I’m disappointed with the defeat, although I was pleased with the performance, reflected the Manager soon after full time.

“I think they had two or three shots in the whole game and I thought we battled well today and I was pleased with the efforts.

“We need to be more clinical at times; we started the game well and had two or three corners and chances.

“On another day we could have taken those, but we learn from it again.

“We lost a couple of moments of concentration and two sloppy goals on our part.

“We’ll work hard this week and be ready for next week.”


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