RADAR made the trip to Diglis last Sunday and probably deserved at least a point before a late goal secured victory for the home side.



The usual reshuffling took place with Radar welcoming back Mark Taylor, Andy Myhill and keeper Chris Ball and all played their parts in an entertaining first half.

Taylor testing keeper Steve Waldron with two long range efforts and Myhill seeing two powerfull shots deflected for corners.

The home side were certainly dangerous on the break and Ball had to sprint off his line to foil the speedy Don Mckenzie and then saved bravely at the feet of Neil Bampfield. He saved his best save for midway through the half with a great push onto the cross bar from Stuart Brown's rocket.

Albion took the lead just before half time when Bampfield squared the ball to leave Danny Harding-Hall with the easiest of tap-ins.

The second half was rather scrappy with both teams struggling to create any real chances and it wasn't until the 88th minute that Harding-Hall added Albion's second.

This Sunday Radar host Ivy Cottage in The Worcester Infirmary Cup, this still being the First Round as the game has been postponed three times. Players meet Victoria Park 9.45.

The Saturday side are at home to Droitwich Spa meeting at Lower Howsell at 2.15.