Some we already knew about after being told by the other clubs websites and those included games at home against WBA reserves, away at Worcester City and Bromsgrove Rovers. The latest announcement adds in a home game against a Wolves eleven (possibly reserves), Halesowen Town, Gloucester City, Cinderford and Stourport Swifts all away.
The feeling is the lack of home games is to protect the newly re-laid pitch but at the end of the day there is not really much money making chances with the Albion and the Wolves seeing as we play them every year anyway. One day we might get some attractive opposition that will get the crowds flocking to Aggborough for a pre-season treat but it won't be this year, yet again.
Some other good news is that the Harriers longest serving player, at 3 years, Simon Russell has agreed to a new one year contract with the club. That leaves just Michael Blackwood from the retained list to sign his contract and that will be any day now.