Kidderminster 4-2 Stevenage

04 April 2009 07:21
Kidderminster overturned a two-goal deficit to claim a victory over promotion rivals Stevenage and keep themselves in the play-off places.Lee Boylan headed in Steve Morison's cross and Mitchell Cole scored from six yards to put Stevenage two goals up. [LNB]Borough's Darren Murphy was shown a straight red before Matthew Barnes-Homer headed in for Kidderminster. [LNB]Penn headed the home side level before Justin Richards volleyed them ahead and Martin Brittain drilled in a fourth. [LNB]Kidderminster manager Mark Yates told BBC Hereford and Worcester:[LNB]"We created a couple of things just before half-time after we had scored and we had the impetus and were on the front foot. [LNB]"I told them at half-time: 'forget the start and how you have gifted them two goals, go and get yourselves out of a little situation that you have put yourselves in'. [LNB]"We scored some great goals in the second half and in the end we thoroughly deserved the win." [LNB]Kidderminster: Bartlett, Lowe, Creighton, Riley, Baker, McPhee, Bennett (Carr 87), Knights (Brittain 36), Penn, Richards, Barnes-Homer (Moore 80). [LNB]Subs Not Used: Jones, Smikle. [LNB]Booked: Penn. [LNB]Goals: Barnes-Homer 44, Penn 49, Richards 58, Brittain 61. [LNB]Stevenage: Day, Henry (Albrighton 40), Ashton, Roberts, Laird (Vincenti 64), Bostwick, Murphy, Mills, Cole, Boylan (Willock 87), Morison. [LNB]Subs Not Used: Bayes, Mendes. [LNB]Sent Off: Murphy (25). [LNB]Booked: Laird. [LNB]Goals: Boylan 7, Cole 22. [LNB]Att: 2,115 [LNB]Ref: Rob Lewis (Shropshire).

Source: BBC_Sport