McKenzie-Lowe grabs late Dunstable win
Southern League Premier Division: Histon 1 Dunstable Town 2
Dunstable Town enjoyed a last-minute win against Histon on Tuesday night.
New signings Steven Gregory from Gillingham and David Hutton from Hemel Hempstead Town both started, but Histon should have gone ahead, only to miss an open goal.
The Blues had chances as Hutton fired wide, before Scott Davies was denied by Stues keeper Enol Ordonez, who then produced a magnificent stop from Sandy’s effort.
The visitors were playing some marvellous football, but fell behind on 56 minutes when Mateusz Kuzimsky netted.
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It didn’t take Dunstable long to equalise though as Davies finally beat Ordonez with a masterful free kick.
In the closing stages, Dunstable snatched victory too as sub Jemale McKenzie-Lowe was on target, volleying home from close range.
Dunstable visit Cirencester on Saturday and then host Biggleswade Town on Monday.
Blues: Luke Chambers, Ben Herd, captain, Newman Carney, Nick Beasant, Shane Blackett, Scott Davies, Steven Gregory (Adam Watkins 73), Charlie Henry, Elliot Sandy (Jamale McKenzie-Lowe), David Hutton,, Tony Burnett, (Christopher Marsh, 56). Subs not used: Terry Dixon, Leon Cashman.