Hunter goal sets up Ferriby's win
NORTH Ferriby face Worksop tomorrow, buoyed by a 3-0 victory over previously unbeaten Rushall Olympic.
Ferriby dominated the first 20 minutes and could have been three or four goals ahead.
After only three minutes Ryan Kendall saw his shot turned over the bar by keeper Chris Gemmell, Gary Bradshaw saw his cross just evade the on-rushing Liam King and a panicky clearance bounced off Russell Fry into Gemmell's hands.
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Kendall and Bradshaw were causing no end of problems for Rushall with their pace and movement, prompted from superb work in midfield by Fry and Liam King.
Bradshaw hit the bar after 13 minutes as Ferriby continued to press with Kendall, Fry and Bradshaw all going close.
Rushall finally got into the game for a short spell after 32 minutes. Nicklin held Louis Keenan's curling free-kick at the far post. Wayne Daniel saw a shot cleared off the line and Michael Clarke's shot was deflected for a corner.
Ferriby finally got the goal they deserved after 53 minutes.
The ball was worked down the left and played inside to Ben Hunter who turned his marker and fired past Gemmell from 25 yards.
Ferriby virtually clinched the game in the 61st minute when Kendall was played in along the left goal-line and beat a couple of defenders before crossing low to the far post for Bradshaw to score from close range.
After 76 minutes Kendall finally got the goal his performance deserved.
A ball from midfield found him 40 yards from goal with no defender in sight. He ran on and calmly placed the ball past Gemmell for his first goal for Ferriby.
Ferriby should have made it four three minutes later but Gemmell dived low to his left to save Fry's penalty after Decio Gomes had handled.
NFU: Adam Nicklin, Dean Lisles, Nathan Peat, Liam King, Gregg Anderson, Paul Foot (Mark Gray 54), Ben Hunter, Russell Fry, Gary Bradshaw, Ryan Kendall (Jack Muldoon 78), Chris Hall (Chris Bolder 55). Non-playing subs: Steve Gardner, Antoni Pecora