Posted by sean on February 22, 2011 at 10:24 pm in Bath City with No Comments


Taken from the BBC match report of tonights game involving Bath City and Newport County…

Bath City 2-2 Newport County

Newport County came back twice as they rescued a Conference point at Bath City to secure their fourth successive draw.

Striker Scott Murray gave Bath a lead, scoring in an empty net after County keeper Glyn Thompson missed his kick.

Yemi Odubade levelled in his first start as the County striker fired in from Graeme Montgomery’s set-up.

Wayne Hatswell’s 35-yarder gave Bath a lead before Newport’s Lee Phillips responded with his own 20-yard effort but County still have not won in 2011.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_conf/9401874.stm

Anyone who has the slightest bit of knowledge on Bath City or Newport County will be able to spot the error-ridden match report.

A message for the journalist who wrote this…

D- SEE ME 🙁

Incidentally, well done to Bath City’s Lee Phillips for helping City come back to draw. Congratulations to Newport County’s Wayne Hatswell for his excellent goal as well.

The bit about Newport not winning in the whole of 2011 is true. Shame… hehehe.

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