Justin Donawa was back in the Solihull team as his teammate Kyle Hudlin struck deep into stoppage time to seal a dramatic 2-1 win over Chesterfield at the SportNation.bet Stadium on Tuesday night.
The 20-year-old proved to Solihull’s match-winner yet again, heading home Jamie Ward's cross to avenge his side's defeat to Chesterfield three days ago.
Chesterfield took the lead in the 34th minute when Tom Denton headed home from a corner. In the 61st minute, the score was level, Donawa's header was smartly saved by the Chesterfield goalkeeper but Joe Sbarra was there to finish the rebound.
Milan Butterfield was back in the Guiseley team as they took on Chester at the Deva Stadium in their Vanarama National League North battle.
Chester picked up a 1 – 0 win as a Kevin Roberts free header from a corner after just five minutes was the only goal of the night as Guiseley start 2021 with a loss.
Keziah Martin was an unused substitute as Kidderminster Harriers and York City played to a 2 – 2 draw at Aggborough in their National League North match.
It was a nightmare start for Kidderminster and an all-too simple goal, Jake Cassidy nodded the ball down to Olly Dyson who crosses low to Michael Woods to taps home from just a few yards out.
The equalizer came in the 41st minute, Kidderminster’s first corner of the game was played short to Sam Austin who whipped in a cross to the far post where Keith Lowey was on hand to nod it home.
York would take the lead again in the 52nd minute, after a handball in the area, Sean Newton slammed home the penalty. Kidderminster drew level yet again as in the 80th minute Ethan Freemantle laid the ball beautifully into the path of substitute Jason Cowley who fired an absolute beauty, first time, past York City goalkeeper Pete Jameson.
Dale Eve’s Spennymoor Town’s scheduled fixture against Hereford FC this evening has been postponed after representatives of both clubs tested positive for Coronavirus.
This is the second postponement of the fixture, which was halted in October when Hereford players were tested positive.
Both Hereford and Spennymoor are dealing with positive Covid tests and The Brewery Field has been closed today for deep cleaning.