Rovers keep their promotion hopes alive
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Langford Rover were held to a draw by St George (E-i-G), keeping their promotion hopes alive.
Langford Rovers 2
St George (E-i-G) 2
LANGFORD kept alive their promotion hopes with a creditable draw against St George Easton-in-Gordano, but had they converted possession and chances into goals, they would of won comfortably.
Rovers dominated from start to finish, creating several opportunities in the early stages before top scorer Tyler Davis was brought down in the area William Sneddon-Coombs fired home the resultant penalty.
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A lapse of concentration allowed the visitors to draw level going into the break.
George King restored the advantage before another lapse of concentration saw St George once again draw level.
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The Bulls laid siege to their opponent’s goal as the game entered its final 10 minutes, but they just couldn’t find the breakthrough.
The man of the match award, kindly sponsored by Capille Construction Ltd, went to William Sneddon-Coombs.
Rovers are without a fixture this Saturday, but are next in action on the 14th when Cleeve West Town are the visitors to the Woodspring Stadium for a Somerset County League Division 1 West clash (3pm).