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Another win for Seasiders

PUBLISHED: 10:45 11 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:42 07 July 2010

Wells Town 2, Sole Bay United 0

THE Seasiders secured another valuable three points with this back to back win over Sole Bay United in Anglian Combination Division One.

Wells Town 2, Sole Bay United 0

THE Seasiders secured another valuable three points with this back to back win over Sole Bay United in Anglian Combination Division One.

They had to re-shuffle the pack with key players missing from the line-up. Molyneux replaced Armiger in goal to allow Armiger to return to defence, Frary played as target man alongside East, Rutland moved to midfield.

Wells started well and caused the visitors problems. On 30 minutes East collected a neat through ball from Frary and slipped the ball under the advancing keeper to break the deadlock.

The visitors had the better of the second period, this saw Wells let off when a shot from close range rattled Molyneux's upright and was cleared to safety.

Wells made the game safe in injury time when Pentney had the visiting keeper blocking his fierce shot, however Pentney followed up and blasted home high into the net.

Wells Town travel to Bungay Town on Saturday, kick off 2.30pm.

Brandon Town Reserves 3, Wells Town Reserves 2

A depleted Reserve side travelled to face Bungay Reserves and lost by the odd goal of five. Wells scorers were Page (penalty) and Greeves.

Wells Reserves face Wymondham Town Reerves on Saturday, Beach Road at 2.30pm.


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