Hopper on hand to down Tudors
HUNGERFORD came from behind to stun Hemel and take three points home.
The home side had the majority of chances in the first half and could have gone in front as early as the third minute when David Moyo and Scott Shulton had shots blocked.
Hungerford could have taken the lead on the half hour mark when a loose pass was intercepted and Nicholas Bignall raced clear but Tudors stand in keeper Danny Boness did well to close him down and saved well.
Hemel scored early in the second half when a Jordan Parkes corner curled straight in, Marcus Beauchamp completely missing his attempted punch.
It was another goalkeeping error that let Hungerford back into the game when Boness decided to come for a ball that wasn’t his and Bignall headed into an empty net.
Not long after it was 2-1 when Diak John arrived unmarked at the far post to set up Luke Hopper who made no mistake to stun the home fans.
Hemel had their chances to get back into the game but in the end the visitors held on for a surprise win.
STAR MAN: Nicholas Bignall (Hungerford) ENTERTAINMENT: ★★★★★