Bad day for Pedlars
Great Yarmouth 8, Swaffham 0Swaffham's visit to the Wellesley this Saturday will not remain as their most memorable. The defeat provided the Bloaters with their highest aggregate so far this season but was not a real reflection on the performance on the pitch.
Great Yarmouth 8, Swaffham 0
Swaffham's visit to the Wellesley this Saturday will not remain as their most memorable.
The defeat provided the Bloaters with their highest aggregate so far this season but was not a real reflection on the performance on the pitch.
The Pedlars haemorrhaged six goals in the last 20 minutes, four of those in the last ten minutes!
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Lee Brooks again had a fine game, coming out best in several one-to-ones and saved a questionable penalty. The determination showed by Gary Haime and Michael Cozens was not enough to inspire the squad to provide a better performance. Good to see Matthew Kenny return to a match start following surgery.
A better result for the Reserves, beating Mattishall Reserves 3 - 2, the A team losing out 3-2 to Gressenhall.
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Swaffham first team travel to Saffron Walden Town this Wednesday, 7.45 pm kick off and then host Thetford Town in the return derby, the first meeting ending as a 1 - 1 draw, Saturday 3pm kick-off.
The Reserves travel away to Spixworth United Reserves (ko 4pm), the A team are away to Nostro in the Fen Regis Invitation Shield, 3pm ko.