Categories
News

East Harling 7-1 Wells Town …

East Harling 7-1 Wells Town
The first team entertained the Seasiders at Church Road on Saturday looking to continue their recent good form.
The home side made a quick start when Bray broke down the right and rounded the keeper only to see a covering defender head the ball in from the lively wingers cross.
The lead was soon doubled when Morris seized upon a failed punch by the keeper to sidestep the rushing keeper and smash home from the edge of the box.
Then came the goal of the game when Tarft drove forward with the ball and layed Senior in to fire high into the net and finish off a fast and flowing move.
Webb then got in on the act as he tapped into an empty net for his 10th goal in 5 games since joining the greens.
Half time came and went and the greens made a slow start to the half.
They received a wake up call when the young winger scored a stunning strike into the bottom corner of the net 10 minutes after the restart.
This kick started the home side back into action and they soon got there 5th goal when Bray crossed for Webb who saw his header superbly saved but Allin was on hand to roll the ball in from 10 yards.
Watling was then replaced by Hobley.
Bray then capped a great individual performance by running at the defence and coolly slotting in the near post for 6-1.
Saint then replaced Senior.
Then came a series of missed chances as Durrant headed straight at the keeper from 6 yards and Bareham somehow missed the target completely from close range.
Durrant then did get on the score sheet as he was unmarked to sweep home with his left foot from a corner.
Laws then replaced Tarft.
The score remained the same and the first team continued their good form.
Up next is a tough test away at Gayton United.
#greenarmy

East Harling 7-1 Wells Town
The first team entertained the Seasiders at Church Road on Saturday looking to continue their recent good form.
The home side made a quick start when Bray broke down the right and rounded the keeper only to see a covering defender head the ball in from the lively wingers cross.
The lead was soon doubled when Morris seized upon a failed punch by the keeper to sidestep the rushing keeper and smash home from the edge of the box.
Then came the goal of the game when Tarft drove forward with the ball and layed Senior in to fire high into the net and finish off a fast and flowing move.
Webb then got in on the act as he tapped into an empty net for his 10th goal in 5 games since joining the greens.
Half time came and went and the greens made a slow start to the half.
They received a wake up call when the young winger scored a stunning strike into the bottom corner of the net 10 minutes after the restart.
This kick started the home side back into action and they soon got there 5th goal when Bray crossed for Webb who saw his header superbly saved but Allin was on hand to roll the ball in from 10 yards.
Watling was then replaced by Hobley.
Bray then capped a great individual performance by running at the defence and coolly slotting in the near post for 6-1.
Saint then replaced Senior.
Then came a series of missed chances as Durrant headed straight at the keeper from 6 yards and Bareham somehow missed the target completely from close range.
Durrant then did get on the score sheet as he was unmarked to sweep home with his left foot from a corner.
Laws then replaced Tarft.
The score remained the same and the first team continued their good form.
Up next is a tough test away at Gayton United.
#greenarmy