BURSCOUGH Richmond returned to Richmond Park after the completion of the drainage work to welcome Furness Rovers from Barrow for this West Lancs First Division league game.
The visitors could have easily been three goals up, although to be fair to the home side they had early first half chances.
Richmond kicked off and in the first 10 minutes could have takenthe lead through striker Thomason.
Furness showed the way on 10 minutes when striker Steve Caskie found himself in space inside the Richmond penalty area, the striker's finish was powerful and accurate and left the home sides keeper Shacklady stranded.
Kane went close on the 15 minute mark, the young midfielder's shot just going wide of the angle of the post and crossbar, a few minutes later Murt lashed the ball against a defender's legs the striker throwing his hands up in frustration.
On 50 minutes Richmond found the back of the net, a cross from the edge of the six yard box by Murt found Lee McNabb - the captain's side foot volley flying past Liddicote in the Furness goal.
On the hour Richmond were awarded a free-kick just outside and to the left on the area, McNabb floated an inch perfect cross to the far post which found centre half Scott Taylor. The big defender got what looked a good head on the ball but went skimming past the wrong side of the post.
Richmond were playing a lot better football with Murt going close bringing a good save from Liddicote, Lee Morton and man of the match went on a good run from midfield beating several players only to see his shot go wide on 65 minutes.
It took until the 80th minute for Richmond to take the lead, substitute Cox playing an important roll in the build up.
The striker took a corner which at first glance looked a little long but full-back Andy Kenyon managed to get a head on the ball and direct it back into the goalmouth where central defender Josh Dickson, up for the set piece, bundled the ball over the line.
Richmond had the game won, hanging on after some late rallies by the visitors who played very well but couldn't find an equaliser.