Kidderminster Harriers defeat relegates Stockport County

Gateshead manager Ian Bogie on the touchline on November 12, 2011
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Stockport County will be playing their football in the Conference North next season following their relegation from Blue Square Bet Premier Division.

Stockport County have been relegated from the Conference Premier courtesy of a 4-0 defeat away at Kidderminster Harriers this evening.

To stand any chance of securing their survival, Ian Bogie's team needed to claim all three points from their trip to Aggborough.

However, a brace from Anthony Malbon and further goals from Cheyenne Dunkley and Martin Devaney condemned County to the Conference North.

The match finished later than the other encounters in the division as a result of violence from some Stockport supporters, who got onto the pitch and began to attack the Kidderminster players after they had gone in front.

Before their relegation from League Two in 2011, Stockport had been a Football League club since 1905.

Gateshead manager Ian Bogie on the touchline on November 12, 2011
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