Cradley Town end losing streak

First published in Football

CRADLEY Town ended their losing streak by recording back-to-back bank holiday draws.

The Robins had not won in five games before they took on Wolverhampton Sporting Community at home last Saturday and Dudley Town away on Monday.

However, a Scott Devlin brace against Wolverhampton helped them to a 2-2 draw to finally get another point on the board as the season draw to a close.

They then backed that up with another 2-2 stalemate when travelling to Dudley Town.

Cradley's final fixtures will see them face two away games. They will play Bewdley on May 6 and Willenhall Town on May 10.

Former manager Duane Darby will take over the Cradley hot-seat next season after Nigel Birch stepped down four weeks ago and left assistant Ian Broad in charge.

Pic: Cradley Town ended their losing streak against Wolverhampton Sporting Community last Saturday.

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