United strike back to claim the points

Norwich United's bright start to the season continued last night when they came from behind to win 3-1 at Debenham LC in the Ridgeons League, Premier Division.

Norwich United's bright start to the season continued last night when they came from behind to win 3-1 at Debenham LC in the Ridgeons League, Premier Division. The Planters found themselves 1-0 down after just 12 minutes when Shaun French opened the scoring for the hosts but they were back on level terms on the half hour mark when Andy Key's cross-cum-shot went in. Seven minutes into the second period Ross King fired home from 25 yards out after a Key cross had only been half cleared to put United in front. And the points were sealed midway through the half when Lee Hunter made it three. Meanwhile Great Yarmouth Town were agonisingly denied a Premier Division victory at Walsham-le-Willows when when keeper Michael Hilton could only push a last minute deflection off defender Craig Roberts against a post and into the net. Jake Reed had twice headed the Bloaters in front with Steven Holder heading Walsham's first equaliser midway through the second half.


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