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04.10.2016 @ 19:45 Coles Lane Attendance: 284
Sutton Coldfield Town 0 - 5 Hednesford Town
Referee: NPL Premier-Match

None Simeon Maye (18)
Danny Glover (20)
Danny Glover (pen) (44)
George Carline (51)
Gurjit Singh (pen) (73)
Starting Line-ups
James Wren
Josh Green
Luke Delaney
Lee Smith
Francino Francis
Scott Lycett
James Beresford
Stuart McNaught
Luke Keen
Jordan Nadat
Steven Leslie
Dan Crane
James Mutton
Calum Flanagan
Lewis Wright
George Carline
Simeon Maye
Tom Thorley
Cohen Bramall
Joel Logan
Gurjit Singh
Danny Glover
Danny O'Callaghan
Khallem Bailey-Nicholls
Jean-Michel Gueyes
Steven Palmer
Jeorge Smith
Lloyd Ransome
Michael Williams
Ashley Sammons
Tristan Dunkley
Jamie Mathews
Danny O'Callaghan -> Francino Francis (59)
Khallem Bailey-Nicholls -> Stuart McNaught (59)
Jean-Michel Gueyes -> Scott Lycett (59)
Ashley Sammons -> Joel Logan (59)
Tristan Dunkley -> Danny Glover (69)
Jamie Mathews -> George Carline (76)
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Match report | League Table
Official Site report:

Hednesford Town put in a five star performance to move back into the top five of the league as they convincingly defeated Sutton Coldfield Town 5-0.

For the first 15 minutes of the fixture though, that score line certainly looked far away as the home side started very much on the front foot without really testing Dan Crane in the Pitmen goal.

It would be Liam McDonald’s side that would take the lead though with almost their first meaningful attack in the 18th minute. Midfielder Simeon Maye burst forward into space before firing home his first goal for the Pitmen from inside the box.

Just two minutes later the away side doubled their lead when the ball found its way to Danny Glover who was able to shoot across half a dozen players and the goalkeeper into the far corner of the net.

Sutton should really have reduced the arrears in the 29th minute when the ball fell kindly to Jordan Nadat, but the striker blazed his effort over the bar as Crane came out to close him down.

In truth though this was just a blip in what was turning into one way traffic with George Carline heading an effort just wide in the 32nd minute before seeing another effort deflected for a corner two minutes later.

Glover then just failed to get up high enough to a Cohen Bramall free kick before Bramall himself fired over the bar on the stretch.

A third goal would arrive though just a minute before the break, when Gurjit Singh danced his way into the penalty area before being brought down. Up stepped Danny Glover to confidently dispatch the spot kick.

HT: 0 – 3

Although the home side forced a couple of corners in quick succession at the start of the second period it would be the Pitmen that would strike again six minutes in when a corner picked out George Carline who nodded his effort into the corner of the net.

Sutton almost reduced the arrears when Nadat forced a smart save from Crane at his near post, with the follow up effort being turned behind for a corner.

Substitute Ashley Sammons had a great chance to make it five for the Pitmen in the 70th minute but he shanked his shot well wide of the post from just 12 yards.

The away side wouldn’t have to wait long though as they were awarded a second penalty after 73 minutes. With regular penalty taker Glover having left the field it was down to Gurjit Singh to convert the spot kick from 12 yards.

Although the home side forced one final save from Crane in the 89th minute, the Pitmen saw the game out comfortably as they head into the top of the table clash with Rushall Olympic on Saturday.
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