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Solihull Borough (H) 7.3.05
Match Report to follow
Seventh-placed Hednesford, three points off the playoff zone, also peppered their opponents' goal but Team Bath keeper Darren Chitty was at his best to deny Leon McSweeney and Lee Williams. But the Pitmen felt they were robbed of victory in the last minute when substitute Andy Bell was ready to fire into an open goal when Ali Otto tripped him but referee Andy Rodda waved away the penalty appeals.
THE Pitmen were robbed of all three points in the last minute with what seemed a diabolical refereeing decision. Substitute Andy Bell had been put clear, he lobbed the ball over Darren Chitty and, as the striker was about to put the ball into an empty net, Ali Otto clearly pulled him down but amazingly both the referee and assistant referee missed the challenge.
Hednesford Town: Young, Adams, Beckett, Barrow, Brindley, Williams ©, Maguire, Walters, McMahon (Bell), McSweeney, Brannan (Branch) Subs Unused: T. Marshall, Evans