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BetVictor Southern Premier League Central

Hednesford Town 4 Hitchin Town 2


The Pitmen provide the perfect response to another difficult week at Keys Park  with a fine win over struggling Hitchin Town to move up to fourth place in the league table. Osebi Abadaki's early strike put the home side on charge, with Hitchin reduced to ten men midway through the half after a a straight red card for Jack Green. Lewis Barker levelled matters just before half-time before the Pitmen ran away with the game through second-half goals from Danny Glover, Kieran Morris and Andre Brown. A late consolation goal from Hitchin substitute Jamie Jellis reduced the deficit but all too late 


Player News

Elliott follows Hayward to Buxton


The Pitmen are handed what is likely to be the first of a number of departures to their current squad in the coming days and weeks, as the influential Tom Elliott has been confirmed as the first player to follow former manager Gary Hayward to Northern Premier League strugglers Buxton. Worksop-based Ellliott has been the pick of Hayward's pre-season signings with a string of fine displays since his move from Darlington, and is likely to be the followed by more players as Hayward takes advantage of the almost-permanent indecision surrounding the PRG Stadium @ Keys Park


Club News

Hayward & Ward depart Hednesford


The Pitmen are in the ever-so-familiar position of looking for a new manager tonight after manager Gary Hayward and his assistant Mark Ward tendered their resignations today. Pressure had been building on the pair due to off-the-field issues created by Chairman Steve Price and offers elsewhere had seen the duo ponder their futures long before Saturday's poor defeat at Biggleswade Town, with Hayward and Ward now expected to be named the new management team at Buxton. For the Pitmen, it's another depressing familiar search for another permanent manager - their 13th in under 10 years


BetVictor Southern Premier League Central

Biggleswade Town 1 Hednesford Town 0


The Pitmen's away form in the Southern Premier League Central continues to flounder, as Gary Hayward's side crash to another defeat on the road to Biggleswade Town this afternoon. A poor spectacle of a game came to life in the latter stages of the second half as Trey Charles scored the only goal pof the game, followed by a sending-off for Jack Hallahan for a challenge in midfield that saw the former Coalville man shown a straight red card to cap a miserable afternoon for Hednesford and their supporters


F.A. Trophy 1st Round

Hednesford Town v Chester


This afternoon's draw for the first round proper of this season's F.A. Trophy has handed Hednesford another home game, this time against Vanarama National League North side Chester. The Deva Stadium side will make the journey to the PRG Stadium @ Keys Park for the first time in seven years on Saturday 14th December, kick off 3pm. This will see the Pitmen's Southern Premier League Central game against AFC Rushden & Diamonds - originally pencilled in for this date - being re-arranged for a later date to be advised

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