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Blackpool see off Kidderminster to book place in FA Cup second round

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Strikes from Jamille Matt and Brad Potts helped Blackpool earn their first FA Cup win since 2012 with a routine 2-0 victory over National League North side Kidderminster at Bloomfield Road.

On a day when Blackpool supporters were once again protesting against club owners the Oyston family prior to kick-off, on the pitch the Seasiders did pick up just their second win in seven games.

After a frustrating start, Blackpool took the lead with their first chance after 27 minutes. Kyle Vassell hooked the...

Kidderminster Harriers 1-0 Halifax

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Kidderminster's faint survival bid remains alive after a 1-0 win over FC Halifax.

Harriers have left it as late as possible to make a run to avoid the drop, beating Welling on Saturday and now this, but their chances remain intact.

Ben Whitfield scored the only goal of the game four minutes after the break, while Kiddy could afford a penalty miss from Elton Ngwatala on their way to the points.

Gurjit Singh's shot was saved forcing a corner, and when Lewis Kinsella found Whitfield in the 49th minute,...

Sunderland scrape past Harriers

Charis Mavrias netted the only goal of the game.
Charis Mavrias celebrates his goal.

Charis Mavrias' first Sunderland goal was enough to see off Kidderminster 1-0 and fire the Capital One Cup finalists into the FA Cup fifth round.

The Greece international's fifth-minute strike at the Stadium of Light ended non-league Harriers' dreams of reaching the last 16 for the second time in their history.

But it was far from a classic as Gus Poyet's much-changed team laboured to beat a club who started the game 79 places...

Serrell tells rags to riches tale

Kidderminster were on the brink of going bust three years ago but the FA Cup minnows will be celebrating a windfall of almost B£300,000 when they take on Sunderland.

The Harriers, sixth in the Skrill Premier, are the lowest-ranked side left in the competition and were rewarded for beating Peterborough after a replay in round three with a glamour trip to face Gus Poyet's Barclays Premier League side.

They hope to take nearly 5,000 fans to the Stadium of Light for a money-spinning fourth-round tie that...

Harriers stun Posh

A stunning Joe Lolley strike sent Kidderminster marching into a dream FA Cup fourth-round date with Premier League side Sunderland following a 3-2 giant-killing of League One side Peterborough.

Lolley, who snubbed a move to Posh last week, blasted a 30-yard screamer past keeper Bobby Olejnik to secure a famous replay victory with 14 minutes to go.

Posh had hit the front in the 26th minute when Tommy Rowe converted from point-blank range after a Danny Kearns cross hit an upright but Harriers transformed...