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Hall goal makes a bit of history
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May 2, 2018, 21:46

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EVO-STIK South - East Division Play-Off Semi-Final:
Hayes & Yeading Utd 0 Cambridge City 1


City have finally broken their play-off hoodoo, booking their place in next Monday's final as a result. Before tonight, City had played five play-off games and lost the lot, but tonight was different with a James Hall strike just after the hour making a little bit of history for the Lilywhites. City will now travel to face Hartley Wintney who overcame AFC Dunstable in this evening's other semi-final.

Robbie's Reaction

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City Line-up
1. Josh Bexton
2. Ben Robinson (booked)
3. Ross Paterson (c)
4. Sam Squire
5. Jordan Gent
6. Jordan Williams
7. Ebby Nelson-Addy
8. Ryan Towner
9. James Hall (goal 62)
10.Salim Relizani
11.Nathan Olukanmi

Subs
12.Jack Vasey (10-79)
14.Lewis Wilson (9-83)
15.Adam Capel
17.Ben Seymour-Shove (11-17)
17.Ryan Sharman

Hayes & Yeading Utd: 1.Zaki Oualah, 2.Emmanuel Folarin, 3.Toby Little, 4.Keano Robinson, 5.Tom Smith (c), 6.Ryan Kinnane, 7.Scott Donnelly, 8.Spyros Mentis (booked), 9.Manny Duku, 10.Laste Dombaxe, 11.Sahr Kabba (booked)

Subs: 12.Jack Roper, 13.Jack Smith, 14.Ismael Ehui (11-65), 15.Ola Olajubu (10-57) (booked), 16.Kaan Fehmi (2-85)

Referee: Neil Morrison
Assistants: Jacob Wright and Richard Sargeant
4th Official: Alex Rayment

Attendance: 415

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