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Pitching In Northern Premier League West
Clitheroe 3 Hednesford Town 1

The Pitmen are essentially condemned to relegation to the Midland Football League today as defeat at Clitheoir rubber-stamps their relegation to step five. Jake Jervis's early strike gave the visitors hope before an equaliser from Danny Wilkins and a Jack Massey strike turned the game in Clitheroe's favour at the break. Wilkins struck again shortly after the break to seal the win and put the final nail in the coffin for the poor visitors


Pitching In Northern Premier League West
Hednesford Town 0 Avro 3

The latest in a long line of appalling team displays from the Pitmen leaves them teetering on the brink of relegation this evening as they are easily brushed aside by Avro on their first ever visit to Keys Park. A Michael Williams own goal was added to by a Gianluca Havern header to put the visitors in charge at the break, with James Dwyer adding a third early in the second half to complete an easy win

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Pitching In Northern Premier League West
Prescot Cables 1 Hednesford Town 1

The Pitmen earn themselves a battling point this afternoon as they are good value for a draw against second-placed Prescot Cables at the Joseph Russell Stadium. The in-form Jake Jervis turned home a Luke Farmer cross to give Paul Moore's side an early lead before Francis Smith's long-range effort levelled matters for Cables later in the first half


Pitching In Northern Premier League West
Nantwich Town 4 Hednesford Town 3

It's late, late heartbreak for the Pitmen this afternoon as Nantwich's Troy Bourne grabs a 95th-minute winner to clinch the points for the hosts in a thrilling game. Twice the Pitmen had battled back from a losing position, firstly through goals from Tom Thorley and Jake Jervis before Eden Bailey made it 3-3 with his first touch of the game


Pitching In Northern Premier League West
Hednesford Town 3 Witton Albion 0

The Pitmen earn themselves an absolutely crucial three points as they continue to chase down nearest rivals Trafford at the foot of the table with victory against Witton this afternoon. A superb second-half display sees the hosts strike three times without reply as debutant Matthew Barnes-Homer, Jai Verma and Adriano Moke net for Paul Moore's side

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