After an even start it was Belper who took a sixteenth minute lead, Dynamo conceding a foul, to the side of their penalty area and centre back Simon Harrison headed home the resultant free kick. However the lead was short lived as five minutes later Jake Betts
headed home Dynamo’s equaliser when Adam Wykes whipped in a Dynamo corner. A spell of Belper pressure saw Kahil Mann-Kler
save an effort from Mark Ward before an attack down their right resulted in a chipped cross and Jordan Ball netted the third headed goal of the afternoon. In the final minutes of the half Dynamo created a couple of chances, a mazy run by Shawn Richards resulted in a low cross that went across the face of Belper’s goal, then Sam Young delivered in a cross fro the left but Dom Brennan could not get the final touch.
From the restart Dynamo pressed forward but were almost caught out when Belper hit them on a counter attack, following a Dynamo free kick just outside of the Belper area, the counter attack ended with a low cross across the face of Dynamos goal but Young had tracked back and got the vital touch and conceded a corner. Midway through the half and a clash between David Blekinsopp and Aaron Chapman left the Belper in some distress resulting in a lengthy delay and he had to be substituted, but Dave Ratcliffe’s first touch of the ball was to pick it out of the net when Richards played in Louis Hamilton who picked his spot and scored Dynamo’s second equaliser. Belper again took the game to Dynamo and restored their lead in the seventy sixth minute when Richard Stirrup, who had stayed up following a corner, headed come from a cross delivered by Ryan Mallon. Three minutes later and Belper gave themselves breathing space when Jordan Ball scored his second and Belper’s fourth. It looked as though Dynamo were down and out but the game took another twist when Blenkinsopp and Jake Dale- Brown linked to set up Dom Brennan, but he was brought down, inside the area, before he could shoot. The referee pointed to the spot and Blenkinsopp converted the penalty. Try as they might Dynamo could not repeat last week’s feat and grab a late equaliser.