Great night at Station Road, good atmosphere with all the usual suspects in attendance. Who ever put on here about the ground and the portakabins hasn't got a glue what there on about.
Real game of two halves, Bishop could have scored four in the first half and likewise Norton could have scored four in the second. Masters came back to haunt his old club scoring twice but the real threat came from Gredziak who Norton couldn't cope with at the back.
Second half Bishop's sat far too deep and invited Norton to come at them, Andrews and Mulligan were a constant threat and it was no surprise when they drew level, the game could have could either way after Bishop came to life in the last 10 minutes, Emson who had been quiet all night was brought down in the box and Briggs saved a very poor penalty from Salvin. A draw would have been a fair result but with the very last kick of the game Gredziak turned his man and fired in past Briggs.
Not for the first time this season Norton struggled at the back in the middle, and struggled against the physical presence of the oppositions forward line. Obviously there is a problem, a Norton team without a Dunwell in it, is a bit like Eastenders without a Mitchell.
Only moan of the night was paying £1-50 for a programme, about 12 pages of glossy adverts and a picture of Aldo on the front