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15.02.2011 @ 19:45 Marston Road Attendance: 247
Stafford Rangers 4 - 2 Hednesford Town
Referee: Mr O. Langford Staffs Sen Cup / Qtr Final-Match

Callum Wright (13)
Tyree Clarke (32)
Tyree Clarke (pen) (65)
Tyree Clarke (84)
Nick Wellecomme (1)
Darren Campion (40)
Starting Line-ups
Lee Evans
Martin Naylor
Alex Forde
Jermaine Hohnson
Craig McAughtrie
Callum Wright
Marco Addagio
Niall Maguire
Ben Mills
Tyree Clarke
Tom Moss
Dan Crane
Darren Campion
Liam Francis
Louis Keenan
Ben Bailey
Decio Gomes
Ross Davidson
Chris Clements
Jay Denny
Marvin Robinson
Nick Wellecomme
Fabrice Kasiama
Shane Benjamin
Joe Rogers
Tom Turner
Cheyenne Dunkley
Aaron Gibson
Jamey Osborne
Kyle Patterson
Fabrice Kasiama -> Tom Moss (72)
Shane Benjamin -> Ben Mills (81)
Joe Rogers -> Martin Naylor (86)
Kyle Patterson -> Jay Denny (72)
Jamey Osborne -> Ben Bailey (86)
Yellow cards
None Darren Campion (0)
Red cards
None None.
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On a miserable night in at Marston Road on a pitch which could only be described as a flooded swamp Stafford Rangers claimed the spoils in the Cannock Chase Derby as they simply played to the conditions better than Hednesford Town.

Despite taking the lead inside the first sixty seconds through a Nick Wellecomme shot which took a huge deflection off Alex Forde, Hednesford were second best all night and their gallant but ultimately misjudged tactic of attempting passing football was never a viable option.

The strong running of Tyree Clarke made the difference for the home side as the Stafford midfield played balls into the less muddy channels to exploits The Pitmen’s lack of pace at the back.

Callum Wright equalised for Stafford on thirteen minutes easily despatching a rebound from close range and as the torrential rain moved in Clarke scored his team’s second goal on forty minutes with a cool finish as a long ball over the top beat Decio Gomes and the linesman’s offside flag.

The Pitmen went in at half time undeservedly level after Darren Campion scored another free kick which, just like the one he scored at Cambridge last Saturday, beat a poor defensive wall and skidded into the net.

The storm which engulfed Marston Road made football an impossibility in the second half but Stafford dealt with the farcical conditions best and sealed a semi-final meeting with Kidsgrove Athletic with another quality finish by Clarke on sixty-five minutes and the striker sealed his hat-trick with a debatable late penalty.
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