Football: Cables get no breaks; Bradford Park Avenue..1 Prescot Cables........0.Byline: BY KEN DERBYSHIRE
PRESCOT got off to a disappointing start in the Uni-Bond League Premier Division with an undeserved defeat at Bradford.
In a scrappy scrap·py 1
adj. scrap·pi·er, scrap·pi·est
Composed of scraps; fragmentary: scrappy evidence.
scrap game, constantly interrupted by an over-fussy referee, there were few clear-cut chances. Prescot had the better in the first half with Eddie Taylor Edward Taylor (January 29, 1923 – December 25, 1985) was an American blues guitarist and singer.
Born in Benoit, Mississippi, as a boy Eddie Taylor taught himself to play the guitar. having a shot from the edge of the area smothered smoth·er
v. smoth·ered, smoth·er·ing, smoth·ers
a. To suffocate (another).
b. To deprive (a fire) of the oxygen necessary for combustion.
2. by the home keeper on 18 minutes.
Karl Connolly volleyedagainst the post. In the second half, after a defensive mix-up, Phil Hadland beat Ryan McMahon to put Bradford in front. PRESCOT: McMahon, Holmes (Noone 67), Flynn, Mc Ewan, Jennings, Clarke, Duffy, Taylor, Connolly, Massie (Garforth 81), O'Donnell. Sub: Prescott p WARRINGTON TOWN drew 1-1 with Bridlington Town in the UniBond League first division