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Honest reflection from Hindley after Rosso defeat

Rossington Main fell to a 3-0 loss away at Campion on Tuesday night but it was the performance of the Referee which has manager Ryan Hindley questioning his choice in hobbies.

A crowd of 73 saw Calum Ward, Scott Eastood and Jahro Parchement all net for Campion in a night to forget for Hindley – his first loss since taking over the helm at Main.

“Last night my team didn’t get what they deserved, we were superb for 60 minutes and deserved something from the game. I’m not going to bemoan the referee anymore but the standards haven’t improved nor has the fitness and physical shape of officials. Moving on, if we continue to perform to them levels with two or three more additions we will do really well, it’s not every week you have to play against 12/13 men with 10 men.

“I like James at Campion, and would like his honest thoughts on the game, what I will say is I like the Campion play, with pace and energy and a bit of risk factor. They deserve to be up where there fighting for top spot.

“Jordan Turner did nothing to warrant a red card, I’m sure people will be thinking same old same old, but he’s been brilliant since he joined and I’m gutted for the lad. Totally unjustified.

“I can’t wait for Saturday and neither can the players, there is an excitement factor about the club and the dressing room. We need to harness this and keep it, cause togetherness and hard work gets you plenty of points and this level.

“Can I just wish on behalf of all connected with Rossington a speedy recovery to Jason Davis.”

Main photograph by Russell Sheppard.

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