Hindringham agree to switch venues after player’s tragic death

PUBLISHED: 07:05 28 September 2017

A minute's silence was observed in memory of Aiden Lowe before Bungay Town's match with Hindringham. Picture: Shaun Cole

A minute's silence was observed in memory of Aiden Lowe before Bungay Town's match with Hindringham. Picture: Shaun Cole


Hindringham travelled to Bungay looking to make up for last week’s defeat to Wymondham but slipped to a 2-0 defeat.

The game was originally scheduled to be at home but due to the tragic death of former Bungay player Aiden Lowe the club agreed to play the game away.

The game started with the hosts on top but after weathering a 10 minute storm Hindringham started to get a hold of the game.

Just before half-time the Hindringham keeper fouled the Bungay striker to give away a penalty which was coolly despatched.

Unlucky to be behind at half-time Hindringham started the second half well but couldn’t break down the Bungay back line.

With around 10 minutes to go a mistake in the box allowed the Bungay striker to round the keeper and tuck the ball away.

On Saturday Hindringham entertain Mundford, who have started the season well (2.30pm).


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