Two goals, one a penalty, from former player Cameron Brown was enough to send the miners to another Friday night defeat. They fell behind in the ninth minute when an innocuous challenge saw the referee rushing to award a penalty which was duly dispatched by Brown, sending Scrivens the wrong way. A superb strike from another former player Ibrahim Sarr from outside the box seven minutes later doubled the advantage. Despite the two goal deficit Radstock kept playing neat football and creating chances but were guilty of being wasteful in front of goal. They did reduce the arrears on the half hour when they awarded a penalty of their own which was netted by Rustell.
The second half started well enough for Radstock but on the hour the home side were able to reinstate their two goal advantage when Cameron Brown did really well to find a yard of space on the edge of the box before firing the ball into top right hand corner of the net.
Lebeq's were reduced to ten men shortly after but their experienced defence held firm to win their second home game on the bounce.