Sep 9, 2014 at 7.45pm UK at ​Merseyrail Community Stadium
SouthportSouthport
1-0
KidderminsterKidderminster Harriers
Connor (26')
Brodie (12')
Brodie (82')
FT(HT: 1-0)

Gowling (62')

Half-Time Report: Southport ahead against Kidderminster Harriers

Kidderminster Harriers' unbeaten record in the Conference Premier is under threat after Southport opened up a 1-0 lead against them at Haig Avenue.

A goal from Joe Connor has given Southport a 1-0 half-time lead against Kidderminster Harriers in the Conference Premier.

The visitors wasted little time after kickoff to stamp their authority on the match and they could have opened the scoring inside two minutes through Reece Styche, but his low shot was well kept out by Daniel Lloyd-Weston.

Southport finally got hold of the ball just before the quarter-hour mark and Richard Brodie could count himself unfortunate not to break the deadlock when his driven shot just evaded the post with goalkeeper Danny Lewis beaten.

The home side built on that opening and after 25 minutes, they took the lead when Connor was on hand to fire home from close range after the ball had dropped to him from a corner.

Kidderminster, who were looking to keep hold of their early unbeaten record, almost found an immediate response through Kevin Nicholson, but his free kick from the side of the area was diverted wide.

Craig Reid forced Lloyd-Weston into another fine intervention moments before the half-time whistle, but Southport hung on to hold an advantage after the opening 45 minutes.

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