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Cup KO for Seasiders

PUBLISHED: 09:08 04 September 2008 | UPDATED: 13:53 21 May 2010

Blofield United 4, Wells Town 1

THE Seasiders played this senior Knock Out Cup match with six first team regulars missing from the squad.

Blofield forced two corners from the start, which Wells cleared,while at the other end Grocott collected a pin-point pass from Wick and slipped the ball under Stone to give Wells the advantage.

Blofield United 4, Wells Town 1

THE Seasiders played this senior Knock Out Cup match with six first team regulars missing from the squad.

Blofield forced two corners from the start, which Wells cleared,while at the other end Grocott collected a pin-point pass from Wick and slipped the ball under Stone to give Wells the advantage.

Within minutes Blofield were level with Durrant slotting home past Armiger. Brown headed straight into Armiger's arms when well placed.

Blofield went ahead on 31 minutes when Durrant's free-kick flew past Armiger.

Cawston saw a good header go wide of Stone's goal as Wells tried to get back on terms. Grocott hit Stone's upright following good play from the flanks.

Blofield killed off the contest on 74 minutes when Knell forced his way into the box to score. Durrent added his third on 80 minutes.

Hindringham Reserves 2, Wells Town Reserves 2

HINDRINGHAM broke the deadlock when the Seasiders failed to clear a loose ball. Wells equalised straight after the break when Matty Somerton forced the ball home when the keeper could only parry a good shot.

Hindringham went ahead again after Wells' defence failed to clear. Within minutes off coming off the bench Finch blasted home the equaliser from an acute angle.

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