Albion record backtoback wins

Ossett Albion produced a late comeback to make it backtoback wins for the first time this season against 10thplaced Trafford.
Things could have been somewhat different for inform Albion as Trafford went close early on but their response was perfect.
With both sides playing attractive attacking football, it was surprising that the first half ended goalless.
However, after the break, Trafford took little over 10 minutes before breaking the deadlock.
A poor clearance meant Michael Oates was free to easily head past Albion keeper Phil Wood, who was left with little chance.
Undeterred, Albion came back at Trafford and were rewarded for their efforts on 67 minutes when Dale Kelly pull clear of his marker and hit a thunderous shot from just outside the box. The keeper managed to get a hand on it but could only help it into the back of the net.
With the scores once again level and with over 11 minutes still left to play, Albion began to sniff a victory.
As the clock ticket down, Doran Jordan went round the last defender and hit his shot hard and low into the right hand corner of the net, sending the Ossett faithful into raptures.
Trafford went all out for an equaliser in the last eight minutes but Albion held firm to record only their third win of the season.

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