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Match Report: Nantwich Town 1-0 Whitby Town

Match Report: Nantwich Town 1-0 Whitby Town

By Ryan Batty: A first half goal from Clayton McDonald was enough to give Nantwich Town all three points as they defeated Whitby on a chilly afternoon at The Weaver Stadium. The Dabbers took the lead after four minutes as they won a free-kick on the left side of the Whitby half. Matt Bell lifted it into the area, and McDonald rose to the ball, powerfully heading the ball past Ryan Whitley in the Whitby goal. Whitby had chances to equalise, but Nantwich’s young side held firm to deny the Seasiders a point. Nantwich were without Sean Cooke and Toby Mullarkey, who were both sidelined [Read more...]

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