Hednesford Town FC Statistics Site

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20.04.2010 @ 15:00 Butlin Road Attendance: 198
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Hednesford Town
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Goalscorers
Matt Gearing (5) Elliott Durrell (36)
Ross Dyer (51)
Adam McGurk (54)
Liam Francis (55)
Tyrone Barnett (58)
Elliott Durrell (68)
Starting Line-ups
Andrew Stevens
Matt Gearing
Chris Hollist
Chris Tullin
Sean Castleton
Sam Birtwistle
James Farrow
Sam Youngs
Matt Brown
David Kolodunski
Kuda Chiseche
Stuart Brock
Liam Francis
Aaron Gibson
Ben Bailey
Elliott Durrell
Chris Clements
Adam McGurk
Sean Platt
Tyrone Barnett
Dorryl Proffitt
Ross Dyer
Substitutes
Ibrahim Kwegir
Jordan Richards
Shawn Richards
Dan Bell
Liam Flynn
Matty Wood
Zak Martin
Luke Chapman
Josh Craddock
Substitutions
Ibrahim Kwegir -> Kuda Chiseche (45)
Jordan Richards -> Matt Brown (57)
Josh Craddock -> Adam McGurk (67)
Zak Martin -> Elliott Durrell (73)
Luke Chapman -> Dorryl Proffitt (80)
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Match report | How They Saw It | League Table
Official Site Report:

Hednesford Town scored four goals in twelve blistering minutes to destroy Rugby Town after half time and brushed aside the worries of the outstanding away support, setting up two massive final games of a long season.

In a whirlwind period of Pitmen pressure Ross Dyer slotted in an Elliott Durrell cross, Adam McGurk stroked in a superb left footed shot, Liam Francis headed into the far corner and Tyrone Barnett tapped in to send The Pitmen fans into glorious celebration.

The score read 1-1 at half-time but by the fifty-eighth minute it was 1-5 to the rampant visitors; the rout doing no harm to Hednesford’s goal-difference in a play-off battle where every small detail could prove vital.

Despite their second half capitulation Bottom side Rugby showed a real battling spirit in the first half and it was Matt Gearing who scored a superb overhead flick to open the scoring on five minutes.

Durrell equalised for the away side on thirty-six minutes, rounding Andrew Stevens and arrowing his shot across goal to appease the expectant traveling army of supporters.

The half time interval did wonders for Bernard McNally's side and as Elliott Durrell easily tucked away the triumphant sixth goal on sixty-eight minutes Hednesford Town confidently moved forward into the pivotal away fixtures with Farnborough and Cambridge with real intent
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