For the third game running the Harriers changed teams for the second half of a game after dominating the first half then collapsing miserably in the second. As at Bromley and Barrow we saw the first half playing football along the ground and passing the ball around with ease against Welling but once that mystery second half team came out of the dressing room the passing was thrown out with the half time tea leaves. And for the third time this season we had a man sent off early on in that doomed second half.
We started the game unchanged from last week at Barrow with Gurjit Singh still out with an injury. On the bench was the new signing Zaine Francis-Angol with Lathaniel Rowe-Turner coming onto the bench following his illness of the last few weeks.
Although we played well in the first period we had very little to show for our efforts with Reece Styche getting frustrated as usual and Jordan Jones putting balls into the area but finding no one there to convert them. Welling were the first side to actually test a keeper when Ricky Wellard tried to poke the ball past Alex Palmer at the side of the upright but Palmer got down to it easily.
We came close to scoring twice when Jones flashed a shot across the face of the goal and then, just before the break, Tahvon Campbell fired one straight at the Welling keeper, Tom King. Apart from that all our pretty football had come to very little.