HINDSFORD won a close game 3-2 at home to Hollinwood on Saturday.

They took the lead within minutes of the start when Paul Cunliffe set

Neil Critchley free but he was pulled back and Ryan Willett scored from the


Hollinwood equalised with a powerful shot giving Barry Edge little chance.

Hindsford regained the lead when Dan Toone put Critchley clear. He cut in from the right and scored from a narrow angle. Hollinwood got back in the game just before half time with a lob over the advancing keeper.

The second half saw Hindsford take control of the game and they took a

deserved lead when, following a good passing move, Darren Briggs crossed to find Critchley in space on the back post.

Hindsford Reserves came back from 2-0 to beat Hollinwood 3-2 and maintain their 100 per cent record with their seventh league win.

On Saturday the first team are home to Pennington and the seconds are away at Royton.