Wells Town 3-2 East Harling …

Wells Town 3-2 East Harling …

Wells Town 3-2 East Harling
The first team made the longest journey of the season on Saturday to Beach Road to take on a resurgent Wells Town side who have continued to rebuild during the season following the exit of key players in the summer.
The home side got off to a quick start and Woodcock had to be alert to acrobatically tip a close range strike over the bar.
Moments later Woodcock was called back into action as he mishandled a cross and had to save well with his legs in a goal mouth scramble.
The visitors then had their first chance of the game as Durrant jumped above his marker but saw his goal bound header cleared off the line.
Webb then went through wide in the box and fired his effort wide of the post.
Webb was then back in action as a Tarft cross was dummied well by Dolan and the big number 9 slammed the ball inches past the post.
Not to be denied, Webb finally made his mark when he rose high to head home brilliantly from a Scent corner.
Moments later the big man nearly doubled his tally when he broke free, lobbed the on rushing keeper but unfortunately saw his effort bounce just wide.
The teams came out for the second half and within minutes the Seasiders were level when the ball was cleared well and the resulting loose ball somehow found its way through a crowded box and into the net.
Seconds later it became 2-1 to the hosts in similar scrappy fashion and the greens had it all to do again.
They drew level when Bray pounced on a loose ball to powerfully volley home from 20 yards.
Back came the home side and a third was added again in a crowded box.
Barnett and Hobley then replaced Scent and Morris.
The visitors then had a huge chance to draw level when Senior latched onto a through ball and slotted past the keeper but saw a covering defender brilliantly turn the ball over the bar from close range.
The score stayed the same and the visitors suffered back to back defeats for the first time this season.
We now have to stick together and get back to winning ways as quickly as possible and that starts with an absolute cracker next week at Church Road.