Boro Strike Late to claim 3 points
Jordan Bove gets the stoppage time winner to earn 3 points
The Boro travelled again over to Yorkshire on the hunt for 3 points, and delivered on a sad week for the club.
A Minutes silence was held before the match in memory of our late Secretary Ric Fielding, impeccably observed by all.
The game started off slowly, both sides trying to find that dominance but cancelled each other out with neither side managing to create any actual goal scoring opportunities in the first half, Radcliffe had plenty of possession through the half but couldn't find the breakthrough to get a goal.
The first actual opportunity for either side didn't arrive until after half time, Liam Wood was played in but fired over the crossbar, and started off a succession of opportunities that couldn't break down the opposition.
Ossett Town were reduced to ten men just after the hour Corey Gregory received a red card for violent conduct in a off the ball in a clash with James Hooper.
Boro were pressing for the winner, best of which was a Hooper effort from distance which was saved comfortably by the goalkeeper, Ossett Nearly had their chance to score, Callum Grogan had to clear a shot off the line after it went past Keane in goal to deny the hosts the lead.
Four minutes were added on for someone to find that winning goal, Ossett were pressing and Boro were binding their time soaking up pressure and counter attacking, and took the chance.
Crossed in a Callum Grogan flick on found Jordan Bove who headed the ball into the top corner, que delirium for the Players, staff and travelling supporters and agony for the home side as boro won the game with the last chance of the game to grab another 3 points on the road.
Radcliffe scored with the last kick of the game, and as said before the game by our assistant manager Frank Sinclair the lads did put in a fantastic committed performance for Ric Fielding and reaped the rewards. He was probably cheering with the rest of us....