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Jack Edwards draws Brakes back level. Pictures: Louise Smith

Bishop pegs back ten-man Hereford

Two penalties and a red card were among a host of talking points from an absorbing clash on a blustery February afternoon at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, writes Paul Edwards.

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Connor Taylor works hard to hold on to possession for Leamington. Pictures: Tim Nunan

Stockport know they have been in a game

Brakes went to toe to toe with the National League North’s in-form team, and though few could argue that Stockport deserved the three points they were pushed all the way by Paul Holleran’s side, writes Paul Edwards.

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Brakes celebrate Jordan Murphy's equaliser. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Drawing comfort from point at Guiseley

Brakes picked up another precious National League North point - their sixth draw in seven games - and, but for the width of a crossbar, could have travelled back from Yorkshire with all three, writes Paul Edwards.

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Leamington substitute Ahmed Obeng is inches away from being the match-winner. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Bishop’s brace is unable to see off FC

Brakes were forced to settle for a share of the spoils from a from this pre-Christmas contest, manager Paul Holleran acknowledging that the visitors deserved at least a point for their first half display alone, writes Paul Edwards.

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Colby Bishop in action in the narrow FA Trophy defeat to Hartlepool.

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Leamington boss Paul Holleran is full of festive cheer going into the Christmas period after admitting his side are ahead of schedule, writes Paul Okey.

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Kieran Dunbar lashes Brakes' best chance of the game over the bar. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Donaldson produces killer blow for Pools

The visit of former Football league club Hartlepool proved a bit of an anti-climax as a biting, swirling wind and incessant rain made for a thoroughly unpleasant afternoon at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, writes Paul Okey.

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