Both teams worked hard to take the initiative in the first half of this game, but both keepers were equal to everything thrown at them, man of the match Harry Simkin in the Tigers goal making a couple of telling stops. The second half saw Elliot Crook go close for the Tigers, Tigers finally broke the deadlock when a shot from Duncan Reilly slipped from the unfortunate Hednesford keepers grasp to cross the goal line and give the Tigers the win.


This was a very exciting game and the result could easily have gone either way, The game flowed from end to end, man of the match William Meredith opened the scoring for the Tigers with a superb strike from the edge of the box into the top corner of the Harriers net, Harriers came at Tigers and scored to level the game, The second half saw Tigers play some of their best football for the last few weeks and Elliot Crook put Tigers back in front, Still Harriers came back and maybe were a little fortunate to get an equaliser via a deflected shot, Tigers were awarded a penalty towards the end of this game but the Harriers keeper stood up well to earn his team a point.

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