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Hednesford Town Match Preview

On Saturday Cirencester Town entertain Hednesford Town who currently occupy 5th position and the final play off place in the Zamaretto Premier Division. Having lost 3-1 away at Hednesford back in November when Sean Wood got our consolation goal from the penalty spot, the Centurions will be looking for revenge.

 

A tough task ahead waits with Hednesford boasting impressive attacking options in the shape of Nick Wellecomme and Kyle Patterson.

Signed from Blue Square Conference North side Stafford Rangers at Christmas where he was both captain and leading scorer, Wellecomme is currently on a hot streak of 6 goals in 6 games.

Kyle Patterson joined Hednesford from Swedish side GAIS of Gothenburg having previously been in the same squad as David Beckham at LA Galaxy and he has 4 goals in the last 6 games.

 

Hednesford have recorded 6 straight victories coming into the game on Saturday. 


Cirencester Town will be looking to add to their points tally and secure their Premier Division status for another season. Much could depend on the form of young hotshot Rob Hoskin who has scored in 3 of the last 4 games. After missing a fair amount of this season through injury he has looked like coming back to his best after extensive rehabilitation work with Physio Tony Dunn who takes much credit for his recent return.

After last weeks double against Oxford City, captain Lyndon Tomkins will also be looking to add to his impressive goal tally which sees him as the team’s second highest goal-scorer after veteran Jody Bevan.

 

Coming back into the squad after church duties will be inspirational goalkeeper Matt Bulman.

 

Also returning will be defender Matt Sysum who has completed a two match ban but Tom Etheridge and Jamie Reid do however miss out through suspension.

This entry was posted on 17 March 2011 at 00:00. You can leave a response here.

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