Bury Town pay the penalty as points slip away

Bradley Barber, left, had given Bury the lead

Bradley Barber, left, had given Bury the lead - Credit: Archant

Bury Town looked to be heading for all three points at Dereham Town on Tuesday night, only to concede an injury-time penalty and end the game with a 1-1 draw.

Bury Town looked to be heading for all three points at Dereham Town on Tuesday night, only to concede an injury-time penalty and end the game with a 1-1 draw. Bury took the lead through Bradley Barber who had skilfully placed his shot past Viner. But Dereham were awarded a 93rd-minute penalty which was put away by Luke Tuttle, his spot kick hit straight down the middle. Bury will be disappointed to concede so late and will see this game as two points dropped but the Blues pick up another point on the road and are still unbeaten in the Ryman North.


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