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Kettering Town v Hereford FC minute by minute updates

By Ben Goddard

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  • The Poppies had the first opening of the game when a corner found Brett Solkhon who headed wide.
  • For a third match on the bounce Jared Hodgkiss was saved from an own goal by Brandon Hall.
  • On this occasion the defender powerfully headed Daniel Nti's cross towards his own net only for Hall to save at full stretch.
  • Straight up the other end Tom Owen-Evans sent his effort into the side-netting from a tight angle.
  • In a quiet first half Lenell John-Lewis saw his effort on the turn saved.
  • Straight after the break the Bulls saw substitute Rowan Liburd fire just over with his first touch of the game.
  • Liburd was in again on the 50th minute but saw his low shot saved when through on goal.
  • Kettering were limited to few chances with one falling to Tre Mitford from a free-kick, but his low effort was saved.
  • Ben Milnes almost caught the Bulls napping but flicked his shot into the side-netting from inside the box.
  • At the other end Liburd was proving his worth and a rifled shot from outside the box was only tipped over by Paul White.
  • Hodgkiss rescued Hereford with five minutes left on the clock when a rebounded effort had Hall beaten but not the full-back.
  • Attendance: 640
  • Hereford: Hall, Hodgkiss, Anderson (Thomas 72), Pollock, Pope, Riley, O'Sullivan, Jagger Cane, John-Lewis, Mooney ( Liburd 45), Owen-Evans (Finn 77)
  • Subs: Ash, Cullinane-Liburd,
  • Kettering Town: White, Stohrer, Graham (c), Solkhon, Milnes, Nti, Mitford, Kennedy, Sterling-James, Meikle
  • Subs: Smith, Bennett, Richens, Aghatise, Law
  • HEREFORD FC will look to make it three wins on the bounce this evening at Kettering Town.
  • The Bulls return to Latimer Park for the second time this season after the original fixture was postponed two hours before kick-off.
  • Kettering sit in 19th coming into today's game seven points behind the Bulls, but with four games in hand.
  • The Poppies' home record is W4, D5, L5
  • The Bulls are in 16th with an away record of W5, D1, L10.
  • Hereford have won their last two games, both away back-to-back.

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