Curzon knock Harrogate out of the FA Trophy in wet and windy conditions

Curzon Ashton knocked Harrogate town out of the first round of the FA Trophy at a wet and windy Wetherby Road in Yorkshire.
Curzon were quick out of the blocks and Harrogate's Bloomer was forced to concede a corner from which Daniel Shaw shot over the bar.
The only goal of the game arrived after ten minutes when Peter Crook made a superb block from Matt Warburton, but the rebound fell to Jordan Wright who slotted home from twenty yards.
Harrogate's long ball tactics were playing into the hands of the tall Curzon defenders, and it was the Nash who were creating the better chances.
Joe Guest shot just wide of the post,then shortly afterwards hit the side netting, after being played in by Niall Cummings.
Wright then drove into the side netting for Curzon,then Knowles almost equalised for Harrogate when he collected a long clearance by Crook and outpaced the defence,only to shoot across goal.
Moments later, Harrogate Keeper Crook fingertipped a thirtyfive yard drive from Cummings over the bar.
As the game entered five minutes added time Harrogate's Nyoni created a chance for Emmett who shot past Burton only to see the ball stick in the goalmouth mud, allowing Jonathan Hunt to slide the ball for a corner.
Curzon had the last chance when sub,Stephen Everall raced clear but Crook pulled out an excellent save ensuring the score remained 1-0 ensuring that Curzon booked their plac
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