RED-HOT UNITED STAYING ON TOP
The Non-League Football Paper|August 29, 2021
HAYES & Yeading remain the only side in the division with a 100 per cent record.
Tim Fuell

AYES & YEADING 2 obinson 5, Emmanuel 75

TAUNTON TN 1 Hill 14

They started the busier and led on five minutes when Lloyd Irish came to claim a Hassan Jalloh corner and failed to hold it with Keano Robinson on hand to fire the loose ball home.

United continued the pressure and shortly after, Liam McDevitt’s header from Omar Rowe’s free-kick was cleared off the line by two colliding defenders.

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