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Full Time


Wisbech travelled to The OVAL looking to halt their poor run after 3 defeats in their last 3 league games. Bedworth in comparison have won their last 2 league games and wen out of the FA trophy by the narrowest of margins after a good draw against Carlton where they were by far the better side.

Bedworth had the ball in the net within the first minute after a Sam Muggleton long throw into the box found the net. There was no real appeals for a goal and it was adjudged to have gone straight in with no touch from any other player so a goal kick for Wisbech was awarded. The first half played out with neither keeper having to make a save in what was quiet a dull affair with no real incident, Bedworth were trying to restart the game quick and Wisbech were doing really well in prevention the flow of the game. The bedworth  bench weren’t happy with these delaying tactics and It ended up with the Bedworth bench being spoken to for remonstrating a bit to hard.

Half Time Bedworth United 0 VS Wisbech Town 0

Bedworth stated the second half much brighter but could not produce anything  to trouble Pearson in the Wisbech goal. With Bedworth pushing forward Wisbech got back into the game creating a couple of half chances on the break this spurred the visitors on and with time ticking down it was Sam Lomax in the Greenbacks goal who was brought into action pulling off a great save from a Danny Draper volley. Dylan Edge should have stole all 3 points for the visitors in the final minutes but pulled his shot wide of the target and left honours even.

Full Time Bedworth United 0 VS Wisbech Town 0


Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
16th October 2021 3:00 pm Northern Premier League - Midlands 21-22 2021-22 16 Oct 2021 90'


Rye Piece Ringway, Coalpit Field, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England, CV12 8NN, 영국


Club1st Half2nd HalfGoals
Bedworth United000
Wisbech Town000

Bedworth United

SAM LOMAX Goalkeeper
LUKE ROWE Defender