Russ Penn earned Kidderminster Harriers their first point of the Nationwide Conference season in last night's 1-1 draw at Burton Albion.
Though Harriers had dominated the first half at the Pirelli Stadium, Daryl Clare broke the deadlock on the stroke of half-time for Burton's opener with an 18-yard volley.
But midfielder Penn equalised on 56 minutes, firing home from 12 yards following Jeff Kenna's pass.
Tamworth's defensive frailties were painfully evident as they crashed to a 4-1 defeat at Gravesend & Northfleet.
Jon Stevenson's first goal since his summer move from Alfreton had dragged the Lambs level on 15 minutes after Charlie MacDonald had volleyed the hosts ahead on seven minutes.
But two stunning free-kicks from Mark DeBolla on 35 and 53 minutes put Gravesend in charge before a second for MacDonald, a close-range finish on 67, left the Essex side comfortable victors. n Solihull Borough manager Micky Moore will include eve-of-season signings Tony Bredon, Richard Munday, Tom Griffin, and Steven Ruck for tonight's final warm-up friendly.
Moore has had to rebuild his Damson Park squad after just four players remained from last term.
But it is a telling fact that the new recruits are designed to help tighten the goals-against record. Goalkeeper Bredon has signed from Sutton Coldfield Town to replace the departed Shaun Hayes while 18-year-old centre-half Munday has joined from Tamworth to boost his first-team experience. Griffin, from Telford, and Ruck, from Stratford, are also defenders.
The new signings will all be involved when Boro visit Pilkington XXX in a friendly tonight but injured pair Jack Byrne and Nick Mowl will sit out the game.