WORCESTER City Women's long winning run in the West Midlands Regional Women's Football League came to an end on Sunday as Kidderminster Harriers Women struck late to salvage a point in a 2-2 draw at Sixways.

City had won eight league games in a row coming into the contest with Harriers but having come from behind to lead 2-1 in the second-half, Amber Lawrence scored in the 80th minute to earn a point for Harriers.

Lara Stevens put the visitors into a shock lead just six minutes into the game but Olivia Mitcham pulled City level in the 17th minute with a fine finish into the top corner, shortly after she had hit the post.

The hosts had to make three changes either side of half-time as Annie Highway, Hollie Congrave and Emma Congrave were withdrawn due to injury.

But it was one of the substitutes, Sophie Griffiths, who turned the game around for City as her half volley from the edge of the area found the bottom corner, much to the delight of those in attendance.

Worcester were on course for a ninth straight win to move themselves further clear at the top of the table, but Harriers had other ideas and Lawrence's goal meant City had to settle for just a single point.

They remain in control of the title, still seven points clear of second-placed Burton Albion at the summit. There are just six games left of the 2023/24 campaign and require 14 points to secure the championship.