Bedworth and Daventry played out a bore draw as both sides failed to find the net.

The best chance for Daventry fell to substitute Dylan Wilson who had a one on one well saved with just minutes to go. This being really the only action of the second half to report.

The first half was slightly better. Half chances for Daventry fell to Tom Lorraine and Taylor Orosz who both shot over.

Hosts Bedworth could have opened the lead on 10 minutes but James Martin was forced in to a close range save from Parrott. Other than some long range shots off target in the first 15 minutes the hosts didn’t offer much.

In a stop start game with 32 fouls given it will be Daventry who leave happier with the result. The scoreline moves them another point clear of relegation moving up a place above Northamptonshire side Corby Town.

Line ups:
Bedworth United: 1 Sam Lomax, 2 Ryan Moore, 3 Luke Rowe, 4 Elliot Parrott, 5 Kyle Barnett, 6 Sam Muggleton, 7 Eesa Sawyers, 8 Reece Blackmore, 9 Harry Wakefield (Luke Keen 71′), 10 Liam Lockett (Richard Blythe 52′), 11 Jorrin John (Ishmael Dawson 79′)
Subs: 12 Luke Keen , 14 Richard Blythe, 15 Ishmael Dawson, 16 Owen Bennett

Daventry Town: 1 James Martin, 2 Bleu McNeil, 3 Lewis Burgess, 4 Jeff Woodward, 5 Jarvis Wilson, 6 Joe Coleman, 7 George Ball (Nat Gosnal-Tyler 66′), 8 Joel Nketia , 9 Jack Bowen, 10 Tom Lorraine (Dylan Wilson 66′), 11 Taylor Orosz
Subs: 12 Dylan Wilson, 14 Nat Gosnal-Tyler, 15 Jamie Andrews, 16 Ross Harris, 17 Iustin Cerga

Tuesday 8th February 2022, 7.45pm
Northern Premier League – Midlands Division
The Oval
Attendance: 138