Kidderminster Harriers proved too strong for Karl Gormley's Worcester Raiders on Tuesday evening, with the National League North side running out 5-0 winners at Sixways.

Harriers' boss Russ Penn brought a strong squad of 20 to Worcester and they were 2-0 up at half-time thanks to goals from one of the trialists and Zak Brown.

Penn fielded an entirely different eleven in the second half and, eight minutes after the interval, Ethan Freemantle’s expertly dispatched header added a third for the visitors.

Nathan Lowe scored from the spot after a handball to make it 4-0 before Freemantle added a fifth late on.

Regardless of the result, it was a good work out for Gormley's men and they will be looking to use that experience and build on it when they make the trip to Atherstone Town on Saturday.