Wrington Redhill’s unbeaten record ended
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Wrington Redhill lost their unbeaten record with defeat against Middlezoy Rovers.
Wrington Redhill 1
Middlezoy Rovers 2
MIDDLEZOY Rovers ended Wrington’s long unbeaten league record with a well-deserved win at the Aerodrome. The game was switched by mutual consent with Wrington’s pitch still unfit.
Middlezoy started the brighter and went ahead on 12 minutes when Dan Luce scored from close range. Luce doubled his tally on 35 minutes with another close range finish.
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Striker Graham Cheeseman had a chance to half the deficit on 41 minutes after good work by midfielders Joe Berry and Craig Burchil, but his header was saved by Steve Baker in the Middlezoy goal.
Wrington pulled a goal back on the stroke of half-time when a Richard Lucas free kick found the head of Cheeseman, who supplied the assist for Sam Johnson to head home.
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The second half saw Wrington with the majority of the possession, but the visitors went close when keeper Mark Wilson tipped over a long-range effort and had a goal disalowed.
Wrington changed their formation in the closing minutes, but despite a sustained spell of pressure, the Middlezoy back line held firm and saw the game out as eventual winners.
Man of the match for Wrington was Richard Lucas.
North Curry 0
WINSCOMBE gave a magnificent performance in defeating third-placed North Curry 5-0.
Inspired by Cureton, Winscombe took the game to the opposition from the off and Flint hit the bar after only a minute. With Hughes, King, and Stoves commanding the midfield, it was a surprise it took until the 40th minute for the home side to go ahead when Luke King netted from Stove’ cross.
King should have scored again when superb play between himself, Flint and Cureton saw him hit the bar with the goal gaping.
The second half started with Cureton scoring after only two minutes. Flint made it 3-0 when he beat the offside trap to score and Cureton scored his second with a great team goal.
Winscombe made substitutions with Willis, Dunkley and Hosey coming on. Willis made an instant impact by being booked for clattering the keeper. After this, Curry’s substitute got sent off, before Willis made it 5-0, before being sent off himself for a second booking.
The Winscombe Fish Bar man of the match was Cureton.