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Star date: 3rd March 2010

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AMMIES ROAR BACK!

Salford City stuffed the Scousers last night to record a fifth away win of the season and ease any fears of relegation. In the process, two Prescot goalies got sent off...

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Salford City, playing in their third strip of all blue (available at the club shop!) took Prescot Cables by storm and surprise last night in a pulsating second half that saw red cards, penalties and great goals.

After a 0-0 half time scoreline, Salford opened the scoring five minutes into the second period. Lee Neville had broken free in a clear ruin on goal, only to be tripped by the Precot goalie on the edge of the box. Goalie got red carded and Rhodri Giggs curled the free kick home from the edge of the box.

On 76 minutes it was 2-0, Billy McCartney heading in from a Lee Neville free kick. Three minutes into injury time, Prescot won and converted a penalty to pull it back to 2-1 but two minutes later, with Prescot pushing for the equaliser, Astley Mulholand broke clear and was tripped by the second goalie, who was also duly sent off. Dave Neville converted from the spot to make it 3-1 on the night.

Top result!

Photos by Andrew Goudie

 

 

 

GeoffC wrote
at 13:32:57 on 03 March 2010
It would appear from the pictures that the Cables goalie's foot was behind the leading leg of Salford's player and that the trip was more of a dive than a foul.

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