Piwinski Sees Red As Rangers Beat Tanners

A ten man Hodgsons FC were no match for in Humber Premier League as they were beaten 3 -1 at Dene Park.

The Tanners feel behind though got themselves level thanks to a Danny Cattle free kick. Rangers however scored again to give the home side a two one advantage at half time.

Just after the restart the disaster struck for the Tanners when Danny Piwinski was adjudged to of handled the ball on the line by referee Anthony Lewis who awarded the home side a penalty and gave Piwinski a straight red card.

Piwinski was fuming over his card claiming the ball did not touch hand he said;

“I did put my arms up but I did not touch the ball, even their players told the referee but he still sent me off.”

As the Tanners tried to get back into the game they left gaps but Rangers were unable to take their chances. was introduced adding a spark and pace the Hodgsons front line offering support to an isolated Adam Foster.

Steve Grantham, The Silver Fox, pulled on the black and amber shirt again as he made an emotional return after receiving a call up from new Hodgsons boss Rob Lever. As Grantham looked to roll back the years he showed he still had the touch but found the pace of the game hard going.

It was all in vain, with no more options on the bench assistant coach Andy Lane resulted to vocal motivation branding Scott-Jon Tyler a ‘Big Sausage’ as he urged the big man to go forward.

Former Tanners boss was at the match, Hastings who has moved to an assistant role at Hall Road Rangers stood with the fans of the side and watched on as his new club inflicted the eleventh defeat of the season.

Hodgsons now remain five points adrift of the safety zone and do not return to league actions for a couple weeks, the side must now regroup ahead of their clash with Chalk Lane in the Whiteheads Fish & Chips League Cup as they look to salvage something from a disappointing season

Final Score: Hall Road Rangers Reserves 3 Hodgsons FC 1 | Jordon Dexter’s MOTM –

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