Albion Sports: Kyle Trennery; Kareem Hassan-Smith, Helmo Silva  (Miguel Valsau), Owen Murphy, Aran Basi, Ash Flynn (Lewis Waddington), Robbie Fox (Kamron Basi), Hass Gorji (Yahaya Tunkara), Ellis Wade (Jamie Allsop), Emerson Cox, Eisa Faulding.

Knaresborough Town: Toby Wells; Brett Smith, James Beaston, Eddie Cass, Phil Milsom (Aaron White); Ewan Gregson, George Thewlis, Ben Parkes (Lewis Stephens), Brad Walker, Dom Creamer (Rob Guilfoyle); Danny Edwards. Subs. (not used): Cole Wildin, Colin Heath.

The run of ten unbeaten matches stretching back to November 11th came to a stuttering end at Albion Sports who were easily worth their 2-0 victory on Saturday afternoon.

The Knaresborough defence seemed to be distracted by an injury to full back Brett Smith in the 7th minute and allowed Ashley Flynn time to turn and fire home with the help of a deflection and set the home side on their way.

Toby Wells save a second Flynn effort soon afterwards, but was beaten again in the 27th minute when Robbie Fox broke down the left side and hit a shot across the face of goal.

Eddie Cass headed oved from a Ewan Gregson free kick a Knaresborough looked to claw their way back, but Albion looked dangerous and Fox was wide following another corner kick.

Late in the half Gregson shot wide of the far post after good work from Dom Creamer, James Beaston headed wide and then a Danny Edwards shot was saved by Kyle Trennery in the home goal.

Soon after half time, Edwards volleyed from outside the area, but his dipping shot scraped the top of the crossbar.

The same player was wide from Gregson cross from the left and a weak Brad Walker effort was saved following a fine passing move.

Albion were always strong and Fox headed over and the final chance fell to Edwards who again failed to get the better of Trennery as the home side continued to look solid

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