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Caister Res 1-5 East Harling …

Caister Res 1-5 East Harling
The first team made the journey to the coast to take on mid table Caister Res looking to complete a league double over the hosts.
The greens made just one change to the starting line-up with Senior coming in for Hobley and Tarft was named as a substitute after missing the win at Mattishall in midweek.
The game got off to a lethargic start with both teams failing to get a real hold of the game.
The first goal came in the 16th minute when Holland saw his attempted cross somehow go straight over the keeper and into the net in really fortunate circumstances.
The goal clicked the visitors into gear and they nearly doubled their lead when Johnson done well to beat his man and force a good stop from the home keeper.
Moments later the home number one was called back into action when he acrobatically denied a Bareham header before Allin blazed over the bar from 25 yards out.
The lead was doubled 5 minutes before half time when Durrant headed a Scent corner against the bar only for Barnett to steer home the rebound.
Hobley was introduced in place of Turner-Saint 10 minutes into the second half.
Against the run of play the home side were back in it when a good turn allowed the forward to chip over the stranded Woodcock and reduce the arrears.
Tarft then came on in place of Bareham.
The game shocked the visitors back into life and a Hobley cross come shot was turned in by Johnson to make it 1-3.
Shortly after the visitors furthered their lead when Senior intercepted a pass to drive towards goal and finish neatly past the on rushing keeper.
Bareham then came back on in place of Allin.
Turner-Saint came back on in place of Johnson.
Tarft threatened to run riot by constantly causing all sorts of problems in the home defence and Bareham headed over whilst Holland nearly saw another cross go in.
Johnson then came back on in place of Barnett.
The visitors completed the scoring in the 8th minute when a quality Tarft through ball saw Johnson superbly finish at the near post.
Praise has to go also to the defence for keeping an unbelievable shape and discipline giving us the platform to go and get a result.
The midfield have worked tirelessly and been so impressive as of late and the boys up top have listened and carried out specific roles to help the team and been a joy to watch.
Next up we entertain Wells Town in a big game looking to keep hold of a good position in the league table.

Caister Res 1-5 East Harling
The first team made the journey to the coast to take on mid table Caister Res looking to complete a league double over the hosts.
The greens made just one change to the starting line-up with Senior coming in for Hobley and Tarft was named as a substitute after missing the win at Mattishall in midweek.
The game got off to a lethargic start with both teams failing to get a real hold of the game.
The first goal came in the 16th minute when Holland saw his attempted cross somehow go straight over the keeper and into the net in really fortunate circumstances.
The goal clicked the visitors into gear and they nearly doubled their lead when Johnson done well to beat his man and force a good stop from the home keeper.
Moments later the home number one was called back into action when he acrobatically denied a Bareham header before Allin blazed over the bar from 25 yards out.
The lead was doubled 5 minutes before half time when Durrant headed a Scent corner against the bar only for Barnett to steer home the rebound.
Hobley was introduced in place of Turner-Saint 10 minutes into the second half.
Against the run of play the home side were back in it when a good turn allowed the forward to chip over the stranded Woodcock and reduce the arrears.
Tarft then came on in place of Bareham.
The game shocked the visitors back into life and a Hobley cross come shot was turned in by Johnson to make it 1-3.
Shortly after the visitors furthered their lead when Senior intercepted a pass to drive towards goal and finish neatly past the on rushing keeper.
Bareham then came back on in place of Allin.
Turner-Saint came back on in place of Johnson.
Tarft threatened to run riot by constantly causing all sorts of problems in the home defence and Bareham headed over whilst Holland nearly saw another cross go in.
Johnson then came back on in place of Barnett.
The visitors completed the scoring in the 8th minute when a quality Tarft through ball saw Johnson superbly finish at the near post.
Praise has to go also to the defence for keeping an unbelievable shape and discipline giving us the platform to go and get a result.
The midfield have worked tirelessly and been so impressive as of late and the boys up top have listened and carried out specific roles to help the team and been a joy to watch.
Next up we entertain Wells Town in a big game looking to keep hold of a good position in the league table.