Official Site Report:
Hednesford Town were repelled by a textbook away performance by Clevedon Town on a stormy afternoon as the ball just would not find the net.
The Somerset side set out from the very start to play for a draw and rode their luck in the second half but will no doubt be very happy at the shift their players put in for the clean sheet.
On another day Hednesford may have won by three or four goals but lady luck just wasn’t looking down on them. Ross Dyer had the best chance on fifty-one minutes when he was released through on goal but with too much time the striker placed the ball wide of the post.
Tyrone Barnett brought an acrobatic save from Danny Greaves inside two minutes and also had a deflected shot fly the wrong side of the post fifteen minutes later.
Ben Bailey heroically challenged Jamal Easter to stamp out a rare threat from the away side on twenty-seven minutes but The Pitmen continued to push as Matthew Walsh cleared desperately off the line from a Barnett shot and Greaves again denied Barnett.
Clevedon parked the bus in the second half and with the sheeting rain and wind buffeting Keys Park, defended with real commitment as Hednesford endeavoured but ultimately failed to break the deadlock