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Charlie Lewis rescues a point for Histon against Bedworth Town in Northern Premier League

Finley Wilkinson scored Histon's first goal against Bedworth Town. Picture: Mark Hopkin
Finley Wilkinson scored Histon's first goal against Bedworth Town. Picture: Mark Hopkin

Charlie Lewis rescued a last-minute point for Histon as they held Bedworth Town to a 2-2 draw in the Northern Premier League, Midlands Division.

Finley Wilkinson put Histon ahead in the 25th minute, firing home after an error from the keeper.

Luke Rowe equalised within four minutes for Bedworth, and Harry Wakefield struck 10 minutes later to give the visitors a 2-1 lead at half time.

In the 90th minute, Ed Rolph flicked on a long throw from Max York, and Lewis headed into an empty net to secure Histon a vital point.

This Saturday (March 26), Histon are at home to Loughborough Dynamo.

Histon have announced plans to launch a reserve team for the 2022/23 season.

The Stutes have identified a long-term need to invest in the senior football structures at the club to help develop players coming through their academy, youth and scholarship structures.

In order to do so, they will re-form a reserve team that will play in the Cambridgeshire County League, and the ultimate ambition will be to help youngsters adapt to senior football with Histon to progress into the first-team set-up.

As a result, Histon are encouraging applications for a manager to take charge of the new reserve team.

Any interested candidates are being asked to email secretary@histonfc.co.uk with their footballing CV and a covering letter.

For more information, visit histonfc.co.uk/manager-for-new-team-in-cambs-fa-league-for-2022-23/.

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