Last updated : 06 April 2002 By
Dave Cameron earned Lincoln City a point this afternoon with a 90th minute goal at Kidderminster. Kiddie, who had held the sway of the game courtesy of a goal just after the restart by Drewe Broughton, were hit with a sucker punch, which has seen City claim points in several other games this season. A swerving Justin Walker corner caused mayhem in the Harriers defence, and Cameron was there to prod home the loose ball. It was a deserved point for The Imps who continued to probe the Harriers defence. Alan Buckley was pleased with the endeavour in this match, however, the question of who will be staying and who will be packing their bags and leaving Sincil Bank this summer remains the main point of debate at this time.

Rob Bradley, Lincoln's Chairman hit out at a news story in the Daily Mirror which stated that Lincoln were to go into receivership (or was that administration.......perhaps the author of the piece might be reminded of the great difference in these two procedures). Rob was shocked that such matters had been revealed by the press, and scotched the rumour immediately live on BBC Radio Lincolnshire this morning.