Wright Start For Brentford

02 November 2010 10:50
City old boys on a Tuesday night Former Coventry City defender and captain Stephen Wright was given his home debut by Brentford tonight.The 30 year old, who has signed for Brentford until the end of the season, played the whole of the 1-1 draw against AFC Bournemouth at Griffin Park. Former City striker Robbie Simpson played for 65 minutes.Jermaine Grandison, who is on a youth loan at Tranmere Rovers was an unused substitute in Tranmere's 2-0 defeat at Carlisle United. Gary Madine played the whole game but failed to add to his goals tally.Clinton Morrison was a half-time substitute in Sheffield Wednesday's 2-0 home defeat to Huddersfield Town.Shaun Jeffers was an unused substitute in Cheltenham Town's League Two game against Southend United which was abandoned due to floodlight failure with Cheltenham leading 1-0 in the 73rd minute.Only Liam Davis and Leon McKenzie (50 minutes) played in Northampton Town's 2-0 victory at Lincoln City.Locally, Bedworth United won 4-3 at Northwood. Wallace and Jackson had the home side 2-0 up before Blyth pulled one back in the 29th minute. Rathbone hit two for the Greenbacks in the 49th and 64th minute with Wilks adding a fourth in the 73rd minute before Jackson hit his second for Northwood in stoppage time. In the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup, Southam United beat Racing Club Warwick 3-2. Racing led 2-0 through Holcroft and Curtis before Southam came back with a 69th minute goal from Millan, one from Robinson on 80 minutes and in stoppage time, Thiara hit the winner.