10:00am Tuesday 15th October 2013
Managerless Didcot Town’s woes increased when they conceded two goals at the death to crash out of the Calor League’s Red Insure Cup 3-1 at Hungerford Town in the first round last night.
With coach Paul Davis taking charge of the team following Andy Wallbridge’s resignation, the Railwaymen battled hard to hold Premier Division side Hungerford at 1-1 until the 89th minute when Nick Stanley put the hosts ahead.
And Didcot’s fate was sealed when Alan O’Brien hit Hungerford’s third two minutes into time added on.
Michael Hopkins had opened the scoring for Hungerford after 22 minutes, but Didcot levelled through John Mills in the 40th minute.
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