No score is no bore
Yate and Radstock play out an entertaining goalless contest
In a pacy, tight game, both defences were well disciplined and kept their shape. Radstock had the first half-chance with a firm header flashing wide from a deep right wing cross.
An exchange between Joe Shutt and Luke Henderson almost put in Shutt and he later dragged an effort wide from a Gianni Porcara pass. The home side's best play came from a move left to right, out to Sam Knight. His cross found Henderson but his point-blank header was well saved and the rebound blocked and cleared.
The tempo was maintained in the second half and it felt like one quality moment or one error would produce a single winning goal. This almost came as Henderson chased a ball in the channel and tried in vain to nick it past the keeper. The visitors split our defence with a ball over the top, James Cook came off his line to close down quickly and their striker hooked wide.
Both defences remained firm, notably the composed Nathan Worrell for the home side, whose reading and positional play allowed him to break up attacks, create space and play out of trouble. Shutt fired inches wide after linking with Henderson again before, late on, the visitors had a strong shout for a penalty waved away, after their striker had got the wrong side of Jimmy Sellick.
MOTM - Nathan Worrell