Prims travelled to Nottingham to play last season’s champions West Bridgford.
Prims currently standing 6 points behind their opponents were looking for a good performance to move away from the relegation zone. But the supporters who travelled were to be disappointed in which was most probably the worst game of the season.
Prims started with new signing Brandon Gwinnutt in midfield after his move from Borrowash Vics.
To be honest it was an even first 30 minutes with Prims Kye Hall hitting the post in the 21st minute being the best chance for both sides. On the stroke of 30 minutes Prims suddenly forgot how to defend. West Bridgford found plenty of space to play the ball around the penalty area for Gray to be free at the far post and drill the ball past Fretwell.
Prims were two down after another 5 minutes this time West Bridgford having space down their left hand side, as the cross came over Jack Havron tried to clear but only managed to slice the ball in to his own net.
West Bridgford were now firing on all cylinders and prims were second best all over and on 43 minutes Kwadu was left unmarked in the box. As he collected the ball he had time to turn and pick his spot past Fretwell.
Half time couldn’t have come any sooner for Prims and the managers had a lot of work to do to pull the score line around.
The second half started as the first one ended and after 8 minutes Kwadu scored his second when unmarked from a corner his header ended in the back of the net
Nothing really happened then for 20 minutes and then Prims did actually have a couple of chances, on 75 mins Jordan Lee hit over and on 77 minutes Kurt Dallison also fired over.
Full Time West Bridgford 4 Prims 0