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Yelverton 2-1 East Harling …

Yelverton 2-1 East Harling
The first team travelled to Yelverton for the second time this season having been beaten by the hosts by the same scoreline in the league cup a few months ago.
The visitors made the best possible start to the game when a top notch free kick from Jordan Scent was powerfully headed home expertly by Bareham for his 5th goal of the season.
The lead should have been doubled minutes later when a Scent free kick was met by Holt first before Wetteland somehow shot straight at the keeper from six yards out.
They were to be punished for the missed chance minutes later when a poor cross sailed over everyone only to come back off the inside of the post straight into the strikers path to head home from seven yards.
The remainder of the half saw little goal mouth action in a horrible spectacle with little football played by both teams.
The back five of Woodcock, Allin, Suggitt, Bareham and Hutcherson were very solid and limited the home side to very little action in and around the 18 yard box.
Half time came and the away side came out looking to get back in front now kicking down the slope.
Any hope took a set back as early as the 4th minute when a poor corner eluded everyone but eas slammed home from close range in very messy fashion.
The best chance of the half then fell to Morris but the midfielder could only shoot straight at the keeper again on his left foot from 10 yards out.
The game fizzled out into a scrappy battle with very little created by either team.
Defence were on top for both teams and midfield were bypassed the majority of the time with both teams attacks feeding on scraps all game.
We now move onto a very tough home game with Poringland Wanderers next week.

Yelverton 2-1 East Harling
The first team travelled to Yelverton for the second time this season having been beaten by the hosts by the same scoreline in the league cup a few months ago.
The visitors made the best possible start to the game when a top notch free kick from Jordan Scent was powerfully headed home expertly by Bareham for his 5th goal of the season.
The lead should have been doubled minutes later when a Scent free kick was met by Holt first before Wetteland somehow shot straight at the keeper from six yards out.
They were to be punished for the missed chance minutes later when a poor cross sailed over everyone only to come back off the inside of the post straight into the strikers path to head home from seven yards.
The remainder of the half saw little goal mouth action in a horrible spectacle with little football played by both teams.
The back five of Woodcock, Allin, Suggitt, Bareham and Hutcherson were very solid and limited the home side to very little action in and around the 18 yard box.
Half time came and the away side came out looking to get back in front now kicking down the slope.
Any hope took a set back as early as the 4th minute when a poor corner eluded everyone but eas slammed home from close range in very messy fashion.
The best chance of the half then fell to Morris but the midfielder could only shoot straight at the keeper again on his left foot from 10 yards out.
The game fizzled out into a scrappy battle with very little created by either team.
Defence were on top for both teams and midfield were bypassed the majority of the time with both teams attacks feeding on scraps all game.
We now move onto a very tough home game with Poringland Wanderers next week.