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The Bulls are unlucky not to get three points at Kimberley.

AFC Mansfield were denied three points under the lights at The Stag Ground.

Mansfield started arguably the better side last night as manager Paul Rockley looked to gain three points for his side.

Charlie Dixion was unlucky to break free of the Kimberley defence as a nice-looking one-2 was deemed offside by Ref Richard Morris.

Mansfield grew in confidence as the first half went on, with some nice interchanges of play and it took just sixteen minutes to break the deadlock with Tyler Blake twisting and turning to lose the Kimberley defender before firing home.

The second half begins with just as much intensity from the Bulls with winger Barre forcing a save from the Kimberley keeper after 52 minutes.

Bulls nearly double their lead with a speculative shot from Charlie Dixion which ends up ricocheting off a Kimberley defender and out for a corner.

However, The Bulls were dealt a sucker punch in the last minute of injury time when Lewis Partridge's last-minute goal earns a point for the hosts with the last kick of the game.

AFC Mansfield: Leivers, Lawrence, Walwyn-Alsop, Sulieman, Bartholomew, Bartley, Dixon,

Barre, Blake, Devlin, Bouheraoua.

Subs: Allen, Barret, Warner, Wilson, Goddard.

Att: 76

Referee: Mr R Morris

Assistants: Mr J Geen, Mr R Dennis

MoM: Ollie Lawrence

Next Up for the Bulls is a trip to the county of Lincolnshire, as we take on Boston Town on Saturday 5th November.


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