Goal-shy Kidderminster Harriers had to settle for their third 0-0 draw in a row in a dreary clash with relegation threatened Darlington at Aggborough.

Jan Molby's men failed to capitalise or build on a bright start in a clash between two sides in the bottom half of Division Three.

There was not much quality to write home about but Harrier's defence solidly kept their third clean sheet in succession although it was against mediocre opposition.

But they need to get a goal from somewhere and even a three-man strike force could not solve the problem.

Striker Stewart Hadley arguably came the closest to putting Harriers infront early on when he anticipated a back-pass but his shot was just wide. Stewart Hadley

Striker John Durnin was only denied by a good save from Darlington's on loan goalkeeper Peter Keen a minute from time.

Harriers travel to Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday night, looking for their first win in seven games.