CHESTER 0, ALFRETON TOWN 1
Saturday Mar 15, 2014
HARRAD IS SPOT ON FOR REDS
Alfreton Town recorded a second successive Skrill Premier victory with a 1-0 win at Chester FC on Saturday.
The sole goal game from the penalty spot on 66 minutes after home keeper Aaron Chapman had brought down Job Ayo Akinde.
Reds striker Shaun Harrad sent Chapman the wrong way to net his fourth goal in three games.
The win was marred by a serious injury to central defender Michael Wylde who broke both his fibula and tibia and was to undergo an operation over the weekend. Manager Nicky Law was also sent to the stands at half-time.
Dave Pursglove's match picture album here . Match report and reaction from Nicky Law to follow . . .
Alfreton are back in action on Tuesday night when Tamworth are the visitors to the Impact Arena for a 7.45pm kick-off.
The fixture has reduced admission prices for young fans with under-16s admission just £1 each and 16-21 year-olds £5 each.