Terriers and Hatters share spoils

Huddersfield's Anthony Kay and Gary Roberts both hit the bar from distance in a goalless stalemate dominated by visiting Stockport's defence.

Last Updated: 26/09/09 at 18:59 Post Comment

Kay: Hit the bar

Kay: Hit the bar

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Kay crashed a shot off the woodwork in the 24th minute after a Roberts corner was cleared to the edge of the box.

Roberts then hit the bar in the second half with an 18-yard volley, with Jordan Rhodes forcing County keeper Owain Fon Williams into a good save when the ball was lofted back into the box by Theo Robinson.

But that was as good as it got for a home side whose usual attacking style was stifled by a disciplined Stockport defence expertly marshalled by on-loan Leeds defender Paul Huntington.

Stockport's Nicholas Bignall raced on to a punt over the top of Town's defence in only the second minute but blazed over.

County's David Poole finally forced Alex Smithies into a save in stoppage time while Huddersfield had a flurry of half chances but were unable to unlock Stockport's defence.

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