Ravens duo, on loan at Kidderminster, Todd Miller and Cole Kpekawa watched on from the John Fiorini Stand as Bromley drew 0-0 at home to the Harriers on Saturday.

The first real chance of the game fell the hosts’ way when Idris Odutayo, who was named Man of the Match for the second weekend running, charged down the left flank before Olufela Olomola took over the attack, firing across goal to Michael Cheek who saw his close-range poked effort saved.

Just before the half-hour mark and the Ravens thought they’d broken the dead-lock. Jude Arthurs’ effort looked to have been bundled over the line, but the hosts were denied by the linesman’s flag.

Neither side could break the dead-lock and the scores remained goalless going into the break.

On 52 minutes, Harriers skipper Krystian Pearce saw his header saved by Grant Smith moments before Cheek had a chance up the other end, striking narrowly past Christian Dibble’s goal.

Jack Lambert, who came on for the visitors, also forced the Bromley ‘keeper into a save when he fired at goal on 72 minutes.

As we edged closer to full-time, Sam Bellis charged forward before finding Sammy Robinson. The latter, positioned on the edge of the box, could only find the Glyn Beverly Stand with his effort.

Cheek thought he’d won it right at the death when his looping header bounced back off the crossbar. The missed opportunity didn’t matter though as the linesman’s flag was raised anyway.

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