Kidderminster Harriers manager Mark Yates was pleased that Harriers eliminated some mistakes to earn three points on Saturday against Bradford (Park Avenue).

The result came in response to two consecutive away defeats – losing to Brackley Town and Altrincham across the previous fortnight, but Harriers returned to winning ways on their Aggborough return, winning 3-0.

Yates’ men found the net three times thanks to a brace from Joe Ironside either side of an Ashley Chambers header against Bradford (Park Avenue), as they closed the gap on the playoffs to three points.

Having been unlucky in games in recent months, Yates was pleased with the performance and result against difficult opposition.

“In the first half I thought we were excellent, and in the second half, we got a bit of luck that we deserved,” said Yates.

“Particularly in the first half, we eliminated mistakes and learnt from the ones that we made last week.

“The game certainly changed in the second half – they changed their shape and matched us up which caused us a few problems, but I thought we always looked a threat on the break.”

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