SINGH LEAVES IT VERY LATE

RED­DITCH UTD 1 KING’S LYNN TN 1

The Non-League Football Paper - - EVO-STIK LEAGUE SOUTHERN PREMIER - By Andy Mitchell

GUR­JIT Singh pounced in the fourth minute of added time to res­cue a point for off-colour Red­ditch at the Trico Sta­dium.

Singh, on as a sec­ond-half sub­sti­tute, was on hand to prod home af­ter one of United’s bet­ter per­form­ers Duane Court­ney had headed a cor­ner back into the dan­ger area.

In truth, the Reds got out of jail hav­ing lacked in­ten­sity against a King’s Lynn side who en­joyed the lion’s share of the play.

Af­ter a hand­ful of tame or off-tar­get ef­forts from long dis­tance, the vis­i­tors might have led on 22 min­utes when Ryan Fry­att cut back to Lee Stevenson on the edge of the box, but he shot straight at keeper Brad Catlow.

For Red­ditch, Jor­dan Cul­li­nane-Liburd’s close-range header was off tar­get from a Reece Hales cor­ner.

Some kamikaze de­fend­ing by the hosts al­lowed Toby Hil­liard to beat Catlow to the chase but his pull back was wal­loped high and wide by Kur­tis Re­van.

The Lin­nets led 14 min­utes from time when Leon Met­tam’s trick­ery teed up Hil­liard.

The game ap­peared to be up but when Court­ney pow­ered back into the mix, Singh snatched an un­likely point to break King’s Lynn hearts.

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