Losing Streak Continues
Redditch come home empty handed from Dunstable.
Redditch continued their losing streak in a match that included the surprise relegation to the bench of the previously ever present Brad Catlow.
Whilst Redditch enjoyed the better of the early exchanges the home keeper had little to do and it was Dunstable who made the better of the few chances that came their way.
Two corners around the 1/4 hour mark proved to be the decisive moments of the match. From the first corner Redditch had the crossbar to thank to save them falling behind but shortly afterwards the goal that separated to two teams came with Adam Pepara heading in from a corner virtually unchallenged that gave Luke O'Reilly, making his debut, no chance.
Redditch introduced Max Loveridge and Jordan Cullinane- Liburd at the resumption of the second half at whilst the Redditch workrate increased the Dunstable keeper had very little to deal with for the majority of the half with the Redditch attempts missing the target.
Dunstable did not particularly need to work had to maintain their lead but it was O'Reilly who was called into action to pull off a fine save diving high to his left to keep Redditch within touch of salvaging a point.
This potential nearly came to fruition when in the 89th minute Redditch had 3 successive corners, however as in many games of late, these did not deliver that vital goal.
Redditch next face Merthyr Town away on Tuesday evening in what seems likely to be a difficult challenge.