Reds new boy in Rudi health

Fareham Town Manager  Matt Parr.  Picture: Allan Hutchings
Fareham Town Manager Matt Parr. Picture: Allan Hutchings
Wes Fogden is brought down against Hemel Hempstead. Picture: Keith Woodland

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Fareham Town new boy Rudi Plummer was on the mark again in the Reds 1-1 draw at Westbury United.

Plummer converted a second-half spot-kick after being brought down just before the hour mark.

The striker, who has joined the Reds from Winchester City, also scored twice on his debut at Stockbridge.

‘Rudi caused us problems last season playing for Winchester and hopefully he can do the same for us,’ said Red’s boss Matt Parr.

‘We put out a young side and they did well considering they had a nightmare journey to the game.

‘It took them nearly four hours to get there because of traffic problems.’

Petersfield Town shone in the hot conditions as they recorded a 6-0 win at Wick & Barnham.

Robbie Tambling scored twice with Ash Howes, Mike Asare, Warren Hunt and Alex Lowley adding further goals.

‘I think the conditions were the hottest we’ve ever played in,’ said boss Ian Saunders.

‘It was a real good workout for us. Once we came to terms with the conditions we did well.’

Moneyfields had a comfortable 5-0 win at home to Newbury Town.

‘We passed the ball quite well and the game served a good purpose,’ said Moneyfields manager Miles Rutherford.

Dougie Rowe (2), George Way and Alfie Rutherford (2) found the net for the hosts.

Horndean’s visit to Ascot was called off at the last minute.