TONY Bird finally broke his duck by hitting two dramatic last-gasp goals in Kidderminster Harriers 2-1 win over Kingstonian in last night's JC Thompson Champion-ship Shield clash at Aggborough.

After failing to find the net in 16 appearances since joining Jan Molby's men, he notched Harriers equaliser in the 88th minute and then grabbed the winner two minutes into stoppage time.

For stunned Kingstonian it was a shattering double blow, particularly as they looked set to retain the trophy after taking a 39th minute lead through Phil Wingfield.

Molby said: "I never get fed up of winning trophies, but the one positive thing to come out of the match is that Tony has scored two goals.

"Let's keep our fingers crossed that this might be the start of him getting a few goals.

"We are delighted he's finally broken his duck. Where it's going to take him I don't know, but hopefully it will just lift that little weight from around his neck."

After having virtually all the possession lowly Kingstonian rocked Harriers by taking the lead when trialist goalkeeper Matthew Boswell was only able to half stop a shot from Wingfield which ended up in the net.

Kidderminster: Boswell 6, Clarkson 6, Stamps 6, Bogie 6, Hinton 6, Smith 6, Bennett 5, Horne 5, Hadley 5 (Bird, 61, 7), Foster 6, Ducros 6. Subs (not used): Barnett, Murphy, Davies, Corbett. Star player: Tony Bird. Attendance: 609.