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Bolehall Swifts 0-5 Hinckley AFC

Bolehall Swifts 0-5 Hinckley AFC

An ill-tempered affair at Rene Road saw five goals and three red cards as Hinckley AFC beat Bolehall Swifts 5-0 on Tuesday evening.

Carl Abbott’s side provided the majority of the attacking threats throughout, and were 3-0 up at half time thanks to Marco Adaggio’s brace adding to Luke Richards’ opener.

By that time, Bolehall were already down to ten men after Rudy Misambo was sent off, and referee Joe Clarke showed two further red cards after the break, dismissing both Adaggio and Bolehall’s Michael Pollard.

Second half strikes from Richards and a fine Sean Williams effort secured Hinckley’s win over the bottom of the table Swifts.

Abbott handed a debut to Tom Cross in the Hinckley goal, while Elikem Amenku, Williams and Adaggio all returned to the side as four changes were made from the eleven that beat Copsewood Coventry last week.

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