KIDDERMINSTER Harriers picked up all three points at Aggborough on Tuesday evening as they moved to second in the table after a comfortable 3-0 win over Alfreton Town.

Forward Ashley Hemmings bagged a brace on the night as Harriers made it five wins in their last seven in the National League North.

A fairly scrappy first half saw few chances before Cliff Moyo's headed goal on 27 minutes after a great corner delivery from Omari Sterling opened the scoring.

Sterling would again turn provider for the second goal when his pin-point cross found the head of Hemmings for his first of the evening and all but sealed the points for Harriers.

Hemmings then applied the icing on the cake in the final minutes as he swept home into an empty net to round off a successful evening for the hosts.

The Reds will look to continue the undefeated run on Saturday when they welcome Curzon Ashton to Aggborough.