YOUR QUICK GUIDE TO THE HARRIERS FROM KIDDERMINSTER....
Kidderminster Harriers Football Club KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS
members of the Football League Division Three
Ground: Aggborough Stadium,
Hoo Road,
Kidderminster,
Worcestershire,
DY10 1NB
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Tel: 01562-823-931
Websites: Official
Indie - Harriers Online
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Getting there
By Car: (approx 103 miles from HW)
M40 west to join M42 and then M5 (signposted North West). Leave M5 at junction 4 (signposted A491 Stourbridge). After approximately 5 miles, turn left onto A456 and follow towards Kidderminster. At roundabout on Kidderminster Ring Road, take first exit (signposted A451 Stourport). At next roundabout, take first exit (signposted A448 Bromsgrove), then take first turning on right (Hoo Road). The ground is approximately half a mile along on the left hand side.
Train: Kidderminster station is about a half mile from Aggborough. Connecting from High Wycombe is via Birmingham Snow Hill and then to Kidderminster. There are direct trains to Kidderminster from High Wycombe but these do not generally tie in with typical kick-off times. The journey time from High Wycombe is approximately three hours.
Check www.networkrail.co.uk for specific times and connections of trains.
Star for both sides - KIM CASEY
Kim Casey
Kim Casey was a legend for Kidderminster before his brief spell with the Wanderers. He first signed for The Harriers in 1985 and in his first season scored a remarkable 73 goals in 69 appearances - not surprisingly a club record. He moved on to Cheltenham Town in 1990 before his transfer to Wycombe in Jan 1992 under Martin O'Neill. Injuries dogged his time with Wycombe and although he joined in the 1992/93 promotion party he left at the end of the season to join Solihull Borough before a return to Kidderminster in 1995 and then a final spell at Moor Green.
Chairboy Connections
Players who have played for both Clubs.

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Kim Casey - Prolific scorer in the non-League game who joined Wycombe in Jan 1992 from Cheltenham Town. Scored 20 goals in 50 apps for Wycombe before moving to Solihull Borough. Best remembered for his time with Kidderminster Harriers.
John Deakin - Spent the 1991/92 season at Wycombe where he made 23 First Team apperances in his midfield role. Moved to Kidderminster after being released by Wycombe and won a Conference winners medal before going on to play for Worcester City and Bedworth United.
Graham MacKenzie - Played as a teenager for Wycombe in the 1970's before moving to Cheltenham in 1978. Later went on to become a regular in the successful Kidderminster Harriers team of the 1980's. Made 89 apps for Wycombe, scoring 15 goals.
Stuart Roberts Former Swansea City Youth Teamer who joined Wycombe in October 2001 for a fee of just over 100,000. Never hit it off at Wycombe and eventually returned to Swansea on a free in January 2004. Released by The Swans in the summer of 2004 and joined Kidderminster on a non-contract basis in August 2004 - scoring on his debut. Later moved on to Forest Green Rovers
Mark West - A goalscoring legend at Wycombe during a nine year spell - scoring 171 times in 381 appearances. Spent a short loan spell at Kidderminster during the 1993/4 season having fallen out of favour with Martin O'Neill.
John Williams - Wanderers paid 150,000 to Coventry City for Williams at the start of the 1995/96 season. Eventually left on a free for Hereford United after an indifferent time at Adams Park where he scored 14 goals in 60 appearances. Spent the 2003/4 season with The Harriers, scorinf 4 League goals in 44 apps. Other clubs include Swansea City, Exeter City, York City and Darlington.


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Chairboys all-time record against The Harriers
DATE COMP V R SCORE ATT
Sat, Mar 20, 1982 FAT QF A W 1-0 2,984
Sat, Apr 5, 1986 GL H L 2-5 621
Thu, Apr 24, 1986 GL A L 2-8 704
Sat, Aug 29, 1987 GMVC A W 2-0 1,126
Tue, Mar 8, 1988 GMVC H L 0-1 1,583
Mon, Oct 24, 1988 CC2 A L 1-4 929
Sat, Nov 19, 1988 GMVC A L 0-2 1,505
Sat, Feb 18, 1989 GMVC H W 1-0 4,239
Sat, Sep 23, 1989 GMVC H D 3-3 1,913
Sat, Mar 31, 1990 GMVC A W 2-0 1,225
Sat, Dec 1, 1990 GMVC H L 2-3 3,041
Sat, Jan 19, 1991 GMVC A W 2-1 1,521
Sat, May 11, 1991 FAT Fin N W 2-1 34,842
Sat, Oct 26, 1991 GMVC A L 0-1 2,037
Fri, Jan 17, 1992 GMVC H W 2-0 3,913
Sat, Oct 31, 1992 GMVC A W 4-1 3,064
Sat, Feb 6, 1993 GMVC H D 1-1 4,379
Sat, Aug 28, 2004 FL3 A W 2-0 2,444
Sat, April 2, 2005 FL3 H W 3-0 4,608
Key:
GL/GMVC = Gola League/Vauxhall Conference
FAT = Football Association Challenge Trophy
CC = ClubCall Cup
FL3 = Football League Division Three/'League Two'
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Trivia: A 19 year old Dion Dublin played for Wycombe in the ClubCall Cup game at Kidderminster in October 1988. It was his second and final appearance for Wycombe while on loan from Cambridge United and came prior to his Football League debut and subsequent transfers to Manchester United, Coventry City and Aston Villa.
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