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City can't find key to unlock Diamonds
Posted by Webmaster
Apr 21, 2018, 17:49

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Try as they might, City simply couldn't find their way back into this game having fallen behind in first half stoppage time. In a tight game, chances were at a premium, but City were probably guilty of not making the most of the one's that came their way. As it was, Rushden took advantage of one that fell to them, Weir-Daley's shot taking a wicked kick off the pitch, thumping into Josh Bexon's chest and rebounding to Joel Gyasi who made no mistake from close range for the match winner... Report

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