By Ken Whitehead
■ AN early goal saw Ossett United just shade it over local rivals Frickley in front of a Friday night crowd of more than 460.
The best chance of the opening 15 minutes was an angled shot by Ossett’s James Walshaw, palmed around a post by Ben Bottomley.
But Ossett took the lead after 20 minutes when Reon Potts slotted in from close range.
Frickley came back into it before half-time with a Kegan Everington effort saved and a Joe Stacey shot deflected wide.
With 20 minutes to go, Frickley’s Brad Wells looked to have been bundled over in the penalty area but the refer...
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