For the second game in a row the Harriers dropped home points to relegation threatened clubs and also recorded a 2-2 result. The difference between Tuesday's result and today's was that on Tuesday we did look capable of getting all three points on offer.
Then, after a bad start, we seemed to come alive and the team gelled as one working unit. Today that had all gone and we were left with a team that, again, couldn't pass, couldn't defend and couldn't compete.
It all started so promisingly with a marvelous unintentional goal from Sam Shilton. Danny Williams
' pass found him out on the left in acres of space, he then curled over a cross that deceived both Drewe Broughton and the keeper then rebounded in off the far post for his fifth goal of the season.
Minutes later he was in with a chance again when he drove the ball off target from 20yds out.
Swansea missed a good chance to equalise on 17 minutes when the on loan Brad Maylett pulled back the ball from the byeline for top scorer James Thomas but he blazed over the bar from 15yds.
Swansea levelled minutes later when a tragic mistake from Fraser Digby allowed a long range effort from Roberto Martinez to spill off his chest and fall kindly for the on rushing Lenny Johnrose to tap into the empty net.
The Harriers were forced into taking off Wes Morgan on 25 minutes giving Scott Stamps his first appearance since November after a groin operation. Stamper went to left back and Adie Smith went to the other side taking Craig Hinton with him. Thankfully, because Craig was looking to be a liability on the left side of the pitch.
Harriers went back in front on 32 minutes with Adie Smith's first goal of the season. A corner from Shilton met the head of Adie but Neil Cutler, in goal for the Swans, could only half stop it and the Harriers defender made sure by stabbing the ball home from 3yds out.
Three minutes later though Swansea were level again when skipper Martinez curled home an excellent free kick that went just inside the post that Diggers would have had no chance of reaching.
By now the Swansea fans were in such good voice you would have thought they had won the game already.
The half hadn't been too good for us. With the glut of goals and the fact that we had taken the lead twice you would have thought that our play would have reflected that but no. Basically, we were crap!