11:35am Thursday 15th August 2013
DUDLEY Town will be determined to take revenge on Shawbury United when they travel to Shropshire on Saturday looking to progress in the FA Cup.
The teams met last weekend in the opening West Midland League fixture which saw Shawbury come from behind to secure a 2-1 success.
Robins boss Andy Wyton said: “We were all over Shawbury in the first half. “Dominic Watson put us ahead, but we should have been put the game of sight by half-time, we missed that many chances.
“Our inability to finish was appalling and frankly not good enough.”
The Robins are likely to be without striker Grant Joshua for the return trip to Shawbury following an ankle injury.
n On-loan Dan Evans fired a hat-trick to give Dudley Sports a 3-3 draw with Wolverhampton Sporting Community in the West Midlands League.
Sports joint-boss Tony Gore said: “I’d like to keep him on loan all season if I had the chance — he’s quality.
“I was really pleased with the performance. We’ve worked hard to rebuild the side this summer after so many players left and there were plenty of plus points to take from this”.
Sports travel to Wellington on Saturday in the league.
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