Division One North
Tuesday 24th October 2017 @ Seel Park, Mossley
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Mossleyweb Man of the Match: Keenan Quansah

1. Oliver Martin
2. Caldon Henson
3. Keenan Quansah
4. Mo Ali
5. Tom Dean (c)
6. Jamie McLellan
7. Elliot Harrison
8. Mason Duffy
9. Marko Basic
10. Jack Tuohy
11. Rio Ahmadi
12. Sam Howell (for Harrison 56)
14. Rory Fallon (not used)
15. Adam Latham (for Basic 56)
16. Danny McLaughlin (for Duffy 66)
17. Mike Fish (not used)
Yellow cards: -

1..Ryan Jones
2. Nathan Quirk
3. Mason Fallon
4. Ben Jago
5. Callum Grogan
6. Jake Doran
7. Akil Grier
8. Carl Peers (c)
9. Elie Akobeto
10. James Hooper
11. Nyle Ellis
12. Tom Owens (for Matthews 88)
13. Kyle Haslam (not used)
14. Robson Buckley (for Akobeto 79)
15. Keith Kearney (not used)
16. Jamie Matthews (for Ellis 62)
Yellow card:Jago

Referee: Mr C. Porter


The 159 spectators who braved the elements at Tuesday night’s Evo-stik League fixture might have wished they had stayed home in the warm and dry as Mossley and Radcliffe played out a thoroughly boring and uninspiring goalless draw at Seel Park.

Both sides cancelled each other out in a game reminiscent of the goalless draw played out against Tadcaster earlier in the season.

Of the two sides Radcliffe appeared the hungrier as the Lilywhites looked a little jaded after their mammoth efforts against South Shields on Saturday.

Mo Ali came back into the starting line up following his one match ban in place of Sam Howell while Marko Basic was preferred to Adam Latham.

Best chances of this dour encounter saw Tom Dean headers in each half straight at Boro keeper Jones and a late goalmouth scramble which saw Danny McLaughlin’s effort blocked. At the other end Oliver Martin saved well from Akil Grier and Keenan Quansah cleared off the line in the second half.

Radcliffe brought on Jamie Matthews, signed from Mossley the previous day but his luck was out as he missed a simple header and came off injured minutes later on a forgettable Radcliffe debut.

And that was about it in a game which will be quickly forgotten by all in attendance.