Hyde United got back to winning ways after a second half comeback to defeat play off chasing Warrington Town 2-1 at the Project Solar Stadium. Hyde parted company with manager Jim Gannon in midweek and the change brought the desired effect to gain a much needed three points in their relegation battle.
Warrington took the lead in the first half following a gift from the home side. They lost possession high up the pitch and the visitors countered into the gaps with pace, the cross into the box fell to Stefan Mols who slotted past Hyde keeper Joe Green.
Warrington’s downfall began on the hour mark when Tom Pratt used his pace to his advantage and rounded Matt Regan, and the defender took him down on the edge of the area. The referee producing the straight red card for denying a goal scoring opportunity.
From then on it was Hyde on the attack, the visitors struggled to keep their heads with multiple bookings. With nine minutes remaining Hyde found their equaliser through substitute Harry Ditchfield as he found the bottom corner.
They then sealed all three points with a minute of normal time remaining when an excellent corner delivery by Mitchell was thundered home via the head of Lewis Earl to send the home crowd wild, and sealed their first victory in 10 attempts.