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Knitters on the up after victory; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL.

HINCKLEY United won their local derby friendly with Barwell 1-0 at Kirkby Road in midweek to go into tomorrow's final pre-season game against Bedford Town at the Greene King Arena with their tails up.

The Knitters came through a feisty clash against Jimmy Ginnelly's Canaries with their heads held high and will be out to pluck pluck

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Under the watchful eye of man in the middle and World Cup final referee Howard Webb Howard Melton Webb (born july 14 1971) is an English football referee in the FA Premier League. He is based in Rotherham, Yorkshire.[1] His first game in the Premiership was on 18 October 2003, when he took charge of the 0 - 0 draw between Fulham and Wolves. , Town manager Dean Thomas was delighted with his side in what was a tough test.

"It was a genuine challenge for us and as close to a Blue Square Bet North game that we will get this pre-season," he said.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 10, 2012
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