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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Gallery: Maltby Main 0-0 Handsworth Parramore (24/03/18)

FIRST-HALF

The two sides walk out. 

Handsworth's Steven Istead sets the tone early on with a strong challenge.

A Main player calls for the ball from a throw-in.

Joshua Hemmingway holds off a Main player.

A Main player clears his throat...

The Handsworth defenders and goalkeeper await a Main corner.

Istead and Lee Cooksey appear less than impressed with the referee.

Ross Duggan hits one of few efforts on goal in the first-half.

Istead wins the ball in the air.

Jed Phillips shields the ball from a Maltby player.

One of many aerial duels in the game.

Maltby bring possession forward.


SECOND-HALF

Steven Hopewell unselfishly pulls the ball back across the box...

...But Cameron Rigby sees his effort blocked...

...And appears devastated afterwards.

Josh Nodder collects the ball for a Maltby corner.

A Handsworth player stays down after a coming together.

Steven Hopewell shows his anger following a heavy challenge from Istead. (1)

Steven Hopewell shows his anger following a heavy challenge from Istead. (2)

But the Handsworth man takes the situation lightly. 

Istead is quickly back into the thick of the action.

A Main corner is cleared by Parramore's William Eades.

Maltby's Macole Lannaman brings the ball forward.

Nodder attempts to bring the ball down for the home side.

Dean Conway acrobatically puts the ball across the box.

Not for the first time in the match, the two sets of players come together...

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