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F.A. trophy 3rd Qualifying Round

Corby Town 1 Hednesford Town 2


The Pitmen moved into the next round of this season's F.A. Trophy this afternoon as they edge out Southern League Division One Central league leaders Corby Town by the odd goal in three at Corby's Steel Park. Despite controlling the play for long periods of the first half, the visitors had to be patient until fifty-seven minutes when Anthony Dwyer opened the scoring before Jack Hallahan doubled their lead three minutes later. A superb volleyed effort from Jordon Crawford reduced the deficit for the Steelmen, who could not find a route back into the game as Hednesford recorded back-to-back wins


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Glover & Norcross depart

The club has today confirmed the departures of both Danny Glover and Will Norcross as the Pitmen continue to make major changes to their playing squad. Glover's departure, to an unamed club as yet, will be met with a heavy heart by most of the club's supporters after the stiker had played a major part in the club's last five years of history, taking the reigns as interim manager last term to steer the club away from danger in the process. Norcross departs after a short spell at the club, having relocated to the north of the country. We wish the pair the very best of luck in their next career move


Pitching In Southern Premier League Central

Hednesford Town 5 Bromsgrove Sporting 1


The Pitmen produce their finest performance of the season thus far this evening as they hammer Bromsgrove Sporting with a five goal display at the PRG Stadium @ Keys Park. Bromsgrove had the better of the first period with Andy Wycherley saving a Mike Taylor penalty before Courtney Richards handed them the lead. Louis Dodds equalised for the hosts just before half-time before Hednesford totally dominated the second period with further goals from Dan Turner, Dodds again, Kyle Rowley and Ben Bailey, whilst Anthony Dwyer also missed a penalty for the Pitmen


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Thompson & Gregory depart


The Pitmen have today announced that two members of their squad have departed the club following yesterday's Southern Premier League Central defeat against Royston Town. Defender/midfielder Rhys Thompson is the first to depart, having reached a mutual agreement with the club to leave the PRG Stadium @ Keys Park after not being involved in yesterday's game. Also leaving is on-loan goalkeeper Cameron Gregory, who has been recalled by parent club Shrewsbury Town


Pitching In Southern Premier League Central

Royston Town 2 Hednesford Town 1

It's back-to-back away day defeats for the Pitmen this week as they are edged out of today's Pitching In Southern Premier League Central  game at Royston Town. All three of the afternoon's goals came early on in the game with the hosts taking the lead through Josh Williams, only for the Pitmen to strike straight back as Dan Turner fired home a penalty for the Pitmen. Royston scored what was to be the winner soon after, as Jonny Edwards scored the Crows' winner from the penalty spot

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