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Halesowen Town
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Tony Clarke (42)
Danny Bragoli (34)
Asa Charlton (80)
Starting Line-ups
Dan Crane
Bradley Peace-McDonald
Joe Ballinger
Blake Thompson
Darren Campion
Lewis Wright
Gavin Hurren
Tom Thorley
Jordan Nadat
George Cater
Tony Clarke
Daniel Platt
James Bennett-Tindall
Daryl Taylor
Jay Denny
Asa Charlton
Nathan Walker
Matt Clarke
Danny Bragoli
Mo Diop
Ethan Delaney
Lee Chilton
Lloyd Ransome
Dan Brennan
Louis Danquah
George Washbourne
Danny Glover
Kartel O'Niel-Martin
Paul Johnson
Cameron Steele
Jay Stead
Jack O'Day
Danny Glover -> Jordan Nadat (72)
George Washbourne -> Gavin Hurren (75)
Kartel O'Niel-Martin -> Lee Chilton (55)
Paul Johnson -> Ethan Delaney (65)
Cameron Steele -> Nathan Walker (84)
Yellow cards
None. Danny Bragoli
Red cards
None. None
Match report | League Table
Official Site report:

Hednesford Town crashed to defeat against Halesowen Town in what was a forgettable evening for those of a Pitmen persuasion.

After playing just 48 hours beforehand, it was no surprise perhaps that it was the visiting side that started on the front foot with Mo Diop going close for the Yeltz.

Hednesford goalkeeper Dan Crane was called into action in the 15th minute before the away side squandered another chance soon afterwards.

Halesowen finally took the lead in the 33rd minute when former Pitmen player Danny Bragoli rose highest to meet a corner and head home.

The home side would respond well though and drew themselves level just eight minutes later as Tony Clarke created a chance for himself and was able to finish it well.

HT: 1-1

After Halesowen had the first real chance of the second half on the hour mark Clarke almost put his side in front six minutes later only to be denied by Daniel Platt in the Yeltz goal.

Although the Pitmen went close again soon after, it was the away side that would strike next with ten minutes to go as Asa Charlton forced the ball home from a few yards out.

Hednesford did respond and forced a number of corners but all were defended well as Gary Birch’s side were left frustrated on the night.
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