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Kidderminster Harriers 2-0 Barrow

Goals from Lee Morris and Chris McPhee sealed a comfortable victory for Kidderminster against 10-man Barrow.

Morris claimed his fourth goal of the season with a fine strike from the edge of the area.

Visiting goalkeeper Clark Masters was sent off late on for a foul on McPhee, who scored his 10th of the campaign from the resulting penalty.

Barrow are still to register an away win and were denied by a number of saves from Harriers' Daniel Lewis.

Kidderminster Harriers' Chris McPhee, who has been put on the transfer list by the cash-strapped club, told BBC Hereford & Worcester:

"It's been a turn of events this week but, from a personal point of view as the longest serving player, I am loving my football and the fans are excellent here. It just goes to show that it can be a cruel game that the club have had to take the decision to put me on the transfer market to generate some funds to scrape by.

"I view it though that nothing has really changed for me so while I have a Kidderminster shirt on I will give it everything and, as far as I am concerned, I am a Harriers player until the end of the season.

"We're a tight-knit group. All the boys have spoken to me about going on the transfer list. They don't want me to leave and I don't really want to leave. There's no reason anything should change on the pitch though we defend from the front and win and lose and draw as a team."

Kidderminster: Lewis, Vaughan, Briscoe, Albrighton, Williams, Blair (Hankin 87), Briggs, Byrne, Wright (Gittings 61), Morris (Shaw 89), McPhee.
Subs Not Used: Stevens, Matt.

Booked: Blair.

Goals: Morris 40, McPhee 85 pen.

Barrow: Masters, Spender, Bolland, Mike Pearson, Edwards, Rutherford, Smith (Cook 76), Owen, Donnelly, Chadwick (Shaun Pearson 84), Almond.
Subs Not Used: Jones, Goodfellow, Grant.

Sent Off: Masters (82).

Att: 1,232

Ref: Andy Hendley (West Midlands).

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