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Hereford FC v Kettering Town minute by minute updates

By Ben Goddard

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  • Hereford 1 Kettering 0
  • 34) Fratt tries to head back to his goalkeeper following a foot race with Mooney who beats the keeper to the header and flicks home
  • Hereford 1 Kettering 1
  • 46) Callum Powell fires home after a long throw-in was headed down by Hereford into his path
  • Hereford 1 Kettering 2
  • 55) Callum Powell fires his effort from the far edge of the box across goal and into the net.
  • Hereford 2 Kettering 2
  • 57) Jared Hodgkiss fires home at the back post as Dan Jones' cross finds him unmarked at the back post.
  • Hereford 2 Kettering 3
  • 62) Ryan Fryatt sends a volley into the net as a cross drops at his feet inside the box
  • Hereford 2 Kettering 3
  • 62) Mike McGrath is sent off for a foul on Finn. McGrath gets in Gowling's face following the red card. It was a second yellow card for McGrath.
  • Hereford 3 Kettering 3
  • 81) John-Lewis fires home from the penalty spot into the bottom corner after winning the penalty
  • Scunthorpe loanee Kelsey Mooney had the games' opening chance flashing a shot wide on four minutes.
  • During a scrappy first half Jamie Grimes saw his headed effort from a corner saved by Adam Collin.
  • Hereford deserved their 34th minute lead with Kelsey Mooney latching onto a header back to the goalkeeper before netting.
  • Moments before the break Mooney saw a strike from outside the box tipped wide by Collin.
  • Kettering struck back a minute into the second half when a long throw-in was headed away by Hereford into the patch of Callum Powell to fire home.
  • Giles Coke was lucky to remain on the field after 53 minutes when he looked to have his hand around the face of Kyle Perry.
  • The incident resulted in pushing and both players were booked.
  • Kettering took a 55th minute lead when Callum Powell fired his effort from the far edge of the box across goal and into the net.
  • They were ahead for just two minutes when Jared Hodgkiss fired home at the back post as Dan Jones' cross finds him unmarked at the back post.
  • Kettering were back ahead making it 3-2 on the 62nd minute when Ryan Fryatt sent his volley into the net as a cross dropped at his feet inside the box.
  • Kettering were reduced to 10 men when former Bulls player Mike McGrath was sent off after 62 minutes seeing a second yellow.
  • As he did the previous week Lenell John-Lewis earned Hereford a point on the 80th minute.
  • The marksman was dragged down inside the box by Luke Graham and slotted home from the penalty spot.
  • Hereford threw everything forward in an attempt to get the win but had to settle for a point.
  • Hereford: White, Hodgkiss, Grimes, Coke (Camwell 72), Finn (Brown 86), Digie, John-Lewis, McQuilkin (Whittingham 82), Lloyd, D Jones, Mooney
  • Subs: Nabi, Dylan Jones
  • Kyle Finn comes in to replace suspended while Dylan Jones is moved onto the bench
  • Kettering: Collin, Stohrer, McGrath, Richens, Fryatt, Graham, Powell, Kennedy, Perry, Sheriff, Sharpe
  • Subs: Milnes, Williams, Stephens, Pryce, Acquaye
  • New signings Kyle Perry and Rhys Sharpe start along with former Bulls midfielder Mike McGrath
  • Form of sides
  • Hereford- 16th- P6: W2; D2; L2
  • Last time out: Hereford 2 Chorley 2
  • Kettering Town- 22nd- P6; 1W; D1; L4
  • Last time out: Kettering 1 Guiseley 1
  • Last time we met
  • March 2020: Kettering Town 0 Hereford FC 0
  • September 2019: Hereford FC 1 (Jordan Nicholson) Kettering Town 0
  • HEREFORD FC host Kettering Town in the National League North this afternoon.
  • The Bulls are searching for their first home win after suffering two defeats and a draw at home so far this season.
  • Kettering sit bottom of the National League North with just four points from six games.
  • Hereford goalkeeper Paul White will face his former side today after spending four seasons at Kettering making 200 appearances.
  • Hereford midfielder Tom Owen-Evans is set to miss today's match after receiving a red card against Gloucester (two bookings).
  • Kyle Finn or Samir Nabbi could be handed a start in his place.