GPS kept started strongly, pressing Kidderminster, and kept Harriers contained in their half for sustained periods. Harriers grew in confidence and territory as the game progressed with chances of their own. However, it was GPS who were unlucky to take the lead before the break with a double save from Joe Cuneen keeping the scoreline goalless at half time.
Kidderminster started the second half strongly, but GPS broke the deadlock after ten minutes managing to score three goals in quick succession and take a strong hold on the game.
Harriers showed resilience fighting back with a goal from Ryan Bangay, but GPS extinguished any potential come back with a fourth goal five minutes from the end.
Congratulations GPS. A deserved victory in a fiercely contested cup tie. Best of luck for the remainder of the competition.
|12||Joe Cunneen (GK)|
|1||Harry Cant (GK)|