After the break things improved slightly and we started to put some pressure on the Bury goal. In the space of two minutes we saw a Sean Flynn effort go just wide then Bo went close with a point blank header that Garner did well to save. Dean Bennett saw a shot from the edge of the area go well over the top of the stand.
Just after all hell broke loose. First the Bury number 3, Woodthorpe, was booked for a challenge and then a few minutes later Bo appeared to be tripped in the area but the referee waved away the calls for a penalty.
As he was making his way back he was first tripped by Greg Strong and then Woodthorpe swung a punch at Bo, luckily not connecting properly.
The ref booked Strong and another player for poking his nose in but totally ignored the offence by Woodthorpe. He should have walked.
Little was seen of the Bury attack after that although Harpal Singh did see his header crash against the bottom of the woodwork.
With a flurry of substitutes the game seemed to be drifting away from the Harriers and so it proved when two of the Bury subs combined to dash the Reds hope of a point.
Gareth Seddon, who had only been on the field for a minute was fed the ball by another sub, Gunby. In acres of space he drove a powerful shot past the Brockstar who had no chance of saving it.
That was the signal for the Harriers faithful to stream out hoping that this dire performance will not be repeated on Monday afternoon. If it is then I think a phone call to JJ
won't go amiss.