Dev ups the revs to hit Hatters
The Non-League Football Paper|April 18, 2021
BOSS Alan Devonshire admitted he was disappointed to only settle for a point after his Maidenhead United frustrated promotion-chasing Stockport County.
Chris Pratt
Devonshire’s men led twice, through Manny Parry and striker Danilo Orsi, only for the Hatters to hit back with minutes both times thanks to goals from Harry Cardwell and Paddy Madden.

“I thought we deserved it,” Devonshire said. “We had more chances in the second half.

“It was a very good second half but we’ll move on and take a point. We’ve got 12 games to go and a tough game on Tuesday [against Wealdstone].”

County counterpart Simon Rusk also took the positives and was pleased with his team’s resilience in grinding out a point on an off-day.

“I don’t want to be too down about it. We expected another tough game and we got one,” Rusk said.

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