BURSCOUGH Richmond can take great pride in this victory over a quality Bolton County side.
County kicked off but it was the hosts who caused a scare for the visitors when winger Jamal Thomason hit the post after good play down the right flank.
On the half hour Richmond began clicking into gear, McKinty getting a shot off, Andrews causing the defenders some headaches and Murt hovering menacingly around the penalty box.
It was the latter who broke the deadlock on 37 minutes, midfielder Chris Andrews made space for the Richmond centre forward, Murt seized the opportunity and drove the ball into the corner of the net, giving County goalkeeper O'Bryne little chance.
Several more shots were fired in before the half time break, McNabb fizzing an effort just over the bar with Chris Andrews thundering in a vicious shot that the County keeper did very well to defect away from his goal.
Richmond went into half time satisfied with a good 45 minute display.
The second half County regrouped and forced Richmond onto the defensive,this short spell of pressure paid off for the visitors when on 50 minutes they hit the Richmond bar and forced a corner.
Richmond couldn't clear the ball after the corner, Matty Ormrod found the back of the net for the visitors who it must be said deserved their goal.
On 75 minutes Murt made it 2-1, the goal being set up by striker Lee Berry's persistence.
A penalty shout for Richmond turned into a free-kick which was an odd decision according to the Richmond bench. As it was it didn't matter, when on 85 minutes captain Lee McNabb sewed up the game with an exquisite finish, lifting the ball over O'Byrne from close range after some very clever footwork by Berry inside the six yard box.