Green fail to over­come Heath to re­main sev­enth

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HOLMER Green drew 0-0 with Flack­well Heath in their first visit to Wilks Park in over 40 years for a league fix­ture.

Play­maker Matt Wooster failed a late fit­ness test and Ryan Par­sons started on the bench af­ter miss­ing the win at Brack­ley last Wed­nes­day.

Gary Lines re­gained the well Heath’s goal­keeper. cap­taincy from Cur­tis Stone Lines quickly fol­lowed up and Dean Mun­day made his but his shot was also saved first start of the sea­son. by the goal­keeper for a cor

Lewis Work­man again­­vided the pace up front. That set-piece was de­liv

In Holmer’s first Bank Hol­ered and headed on by Dan iday game for sev­eral years, Hunt onto a Flack­well hand, they nearly took the lead af­but the ref­eree waved away ter four min­utes. protests for hand­ball as the

Jonathan Cox had a shot first half’s ac­tion con­cluded. saved at full-length by Flack- In the sec­ond half the hosts be­gan to as­sert them­selves, but were un­able to trou­ble goal­keeper Aaron Brown.

Af­ter 82 min­utes Tom Fi­field found fel­low sub­sti­tute Jamie West, the striker’s vol­ley crashed back into play off the bar.

The ball fell invit­ingly for Work­man, but his header just cleared the top of the still shak­ing goal frame.

With five min­utes re­main­ing, a free kick from 25 yards out was de­flected past the Flack­well goal­keeper, but the goal was ruled out due to an off­side.

The re­sult saw Holmer re­main in sev­enth place, while the re­sult cost Flack­well sec­ond as Wan­tage moved three points clear at the top of the league.

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