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East Harling 1-3 Hoveton Wherryman …

East Harling 1-3 Hoveton Wherryman
The first team entertained league leaders Hoveton Wherryman looking to build on the back to back wins achieved the previous two weeks.
several changes were made to the squad with various players unavailable.
There was a very rare start for Olpin who had returned from university for the weekend whilst Chrystall also got his first start for the first team this season.
Laws was recalled to the starting line-up and Barnett made his first start since recovering from a reoccurring knee injury.
On the subs bench was a rare appearance for Dunkinson, a first appearance for 16 year old Charlie Jenkins and Tarft.
The home side made a bright start when a Bareham flick on found Senior in the clear but the wide man drilled straight at the visiting keeper’s legs and out for a corner.
The resulting corner caused a melee in the box with some brave goalkeeping restoring his sides clean sheet.
Moments later good link up play by Bareham and Chrystall saw the latter force a superb save from the visiting keeper following a quality bit of skill by the experienced striker.
Senior then galloped away again but this time only found the side netting before Bareham out muscled the central defender and crossed to the far post to a waiting Senior but a recovering defender managed to do enough to put the number 11 off with the goal gaping.
Then completely against the run of play the visiting team took the lead. A passage of passing between the greens defence was seized upon by the away forward to coolly slot past Woodcock for 0-1.
An immediate way back into the game for the home side came only minutes later when Senior was sent sprawling in the box and the official gave a penalty.
Up stepped Scent but his spot kick came back off the post and bounced to safety.
They were then dealt a sucker punch just on the stroke of half time as a long ball was not dealt with and the Hoveton forward netted his second with a simple tap in.
A change at half time was made as Chrystall limped off and was replaced by Tarft.
The second half was a very different affair as some very odd officiating and minor incidents stopped any real flow to the game.
The away side furthered their lead when a long throw in eluded everyone and was smashed home from close range for 0-3 and put an end to any home come back.
Jenkins was introduced in place of Olpin as the hosts went ultra attacking with nothing to lose.
Dunkinson was also bought on in place of Barnett.
Bareham then went close at the back post and Durrant saw a header fly wide before Allin saw a good strike from 20 yards well blocked.
They did manage to pull one back as a consolation when superb work from Bareham put Senior away again and this time he found the corner of the net with a neat finish.
The final few minutes fizzled out with much action and the league leaders took one more step towards promotion.
The two sides lock horns again next weekend with the greens hoping to bounce back with this time a better result.

East Harling 1-3 Hoveton Wherryman
The first team entertained league leaders Hoveton Wherryman looking to build on the back to back wins achieved the previous two weeks.
several changes were made to the squad with various players unavailable.
There was a very rare start for Olpin who had returned from university for the weekend whilst Chrystall also got his first start for the first team this season.
Laws was recalled to the starting line-up and Barnett made his first start since recovering from a reoccurring knee injury.
On the subs bench was a rare appearance for Dunkinson, a first appearance for 16 year old Charlie Jenkins and Tarft.
The home side made a bright start when a Bareham flick on found Senior in the clear but the wide man drilled straight at the visiting keeper’s legs and out for a corner.
The resulting corner caused a melee in the box with some brave goalkeeping restoring his sides clean sheet.
Moments later good link up play by Bareham and Chrystall saw the latter force a superb save from the visiting keeper following a quality bit of skill by the experienced striker.
Senior then galloped away again but this time only found the side netting before Bareham out muscled the central defender and crossed to the far post to a waiting Senior but a recovering defender managed to do enough to put the number 11 off with the goal gaping.
Then completely against the run of play the visiting team took the lead. A passage of passing between the greens defence was seized upon by the away forward to coolly slot past Woodcock for 0-1.
An immediate way back into the game for the home side came only minutes later when Senior was sent sprawling in the box and the official gave a penalty.
Up stepped Scent but his spot kick came back off the post and bounced to safety.
They were then dealt a sucker punch just on the stroke of half time as a long ball was not dealt with and the Hoveton forward netted his second with a simple tap in.
A change at half time was made as Chrystall limped off and was replaced by Tarft.
The second half was a very different affair as some very odd officiating and minor incidents stopped any real flow to the game.
The away side furthered their lead when a long throw in eluded everyone and was smashed home from close range for 0-3 and put an end to any home come back.
Jenkins was introduced in place of Olpin as the hosts went ultra attacking with nothing to lose.
Dunkinson was also bought on in place of Barnett.
Bareham then went close at the back post and Durrant saw a header fly wide before Allin saw a good strike from 20 yards well blocked.
They did manage to pull one back as a consolation when superb work from Bareham put Senior away again and this time he found the corner of the net with a neat finish.
The final few minutes fizzled out with much action and the league leaders took one more step towards promotion.
The two sides lock horns again next weekend with the greens hoping to bounce back with this time a better result.