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Nuneaton Town First Team - Match centre

Nuneaton Town
Harrogate Town
Tue 12 Apr 19:45 - The Vanarama National League - National League North Full time Attendance 612

Nuneaton Town 0 Harrogate Town 0

Tuesday 12th April, 2016;

Boro were held to a goalless draw for the second successive home game as they finished 0-0 against Harrogate Town.

After the free-flowing football of Saturday it was back down to earth with a bump for the Boro boys against a Town team who are looking good for a top five finish themselves.

True, the pressure was on both teams – and it showed – as neither was able to put together any real momentum or breakdown the opposition defence with any regularity.

Boro 0 Harrogate 0 (12/4/16)
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Nuneaton did try, especially early on, as Vamara Sanogo and Elliott Whitehouse both sent shots flying towards Peter Crook, neither caused the keeper any trouble though.

Those efforts were not the start of a half to remember, though, as Harrogate covered any defensive holes that may have been there, and the Boro remained resolute.

The match was turning into a midfield battle with hopeful crosses taking the place of any well-worked attacking moves.

It was clear that both managers had asked for more in an attacking sense during the half-time break as Brendon Daniels went close for the visitors and Shane Byrne saw a fierce drive blocked on the edge of the box – both efforts coming early in the second half.

Unlike the first half, the chances continued to come after the initial flurry. Paul Clayton was guilty of missing one of the best of them as he rode a couple of challenges before stroking his effort just past the post.

Harrogate kept knocking on the door, though, and if the chance for Clayton was close, the one Tom Platt had was even closer.

The visiting number four rose highest to meet a corner from the left hand side and was only denied the opener by Cieron Keane on the line.

Boro had a penalty appeal waved away ten minutes from time when Tom Elliott went down in the box, but the referee saw nothing wrong with the challenge despite the appeals of the home fans and a number of disgruntled players.

FT: Nuneaton Town 0 Harrogate Town 0

NUNEATON TOWN: J.Smith, Clifton (Lane 16), C.Keane, Rowe-Turner, J.Keane, Elliott, Morgan, Byrne, Whitehouse, Duffy (Harewood 70), Sanogo (Ironside 81).
Subs not used: De La Paz, Scott, Lane.

HARROGATE TOWN: Crook, Turner, Swain, Platt, Ellis, McGurk, Emmett (Thewlis 61) Kerry, Clayton (Beesley 86) Warren, Daniels.
Subs not used: Colbeck, Thirwell, Foster.

Attendance: 612

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Boro 0 Harrogate 0 (12/4/16)
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82:00 Yellow Card
David Morgan is yellow carded for Nuneaton Town
81:00 Sub Off
Vamara Sanogo is substituted off for Nuneaton Town
81:00 Sub On
Joe Ironside is substituted on for Nuneaton Town
70:00 Sub Off
Robert Duffy is substituted off for Nuneaton Town
70:00 Sub On
Marlon Harewood is substituted on for Nuneaton Town
End of period 1
16:00 Sub Off
James Clifton is substituted off for Nuneaton Town
16:00 Sub On
Jack Lane is substituted on for Nuneaton Town
Start of the game
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As it happened

  • Nuneaton Town
  • Harrogate Town
  • 0
  • James Clifton Sub Off 16:00'
  • Jack Lane Sub On 16:00'
  • Robert Duffy Sub Off 70:00'
  • Marlon Harewood Sub On 70:00'
  • Vamara Sanogo Sub Off 81:00'
  • Joe Ironside Sub On 81:00'
  • David Morgan Yellow Card 82:00'

Team selection

Nuneaton Town
  • 1. Jordan Smith
  • 2. James Clifton
  • 3. Cieron Keane
  • 4. David Morgan
  • 5. Jordan Keane
  • 6. Lathaniel Rowe-Turner
  • 7. Tom Elliott
  • 8. Shane Byrne
  • 9. Robert Duffy
  • 10. Elliott Whitehouse
  • 11. Vamara Sanogo
  • 12. Marlon Harewood
  • 13. Jack Lane
  • 14. Joe Ironside

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# Team Pl Pts
1. Solihull Moors 42 85
2. North Ferriby United 42 76
3. AFC Fylde 42 75
4. Harrogate Town 42 72
5. Boston United 42 71
6. Nuneaton Town 42 70
7. Tamworth 42 63

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