Phil Parkinson hailed a return to peak form for Jordan Hulme as Altrincham claimed a second successive win against full-time opposition and strengthened their hold on a National League North play-off place at The J.Davidson Stadium on Saturday, The Messenger report.

Back in action for the first time since a 1-0 win at York City three weeks earlier, Alty raced into an early 2-0 lead against Kidderminster Harriers through James Jones and Hulme but were left hanging on for a 2-1 scoreline that extended their unbeaten run to five games.

“I thought we were outstanding for 30 minutes and justifiably 2-0 up, but it was all Kidderminster after that,” said Alty boss Parkinson.

“Full credit to them for the pressure they put us under, but full credit to my boys as well for the defensive resilience they showed.”

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