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Hindringham defeated by high flying Caister

PUBLISHED: 15:19 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:19 17 January 2013

Caister 2, Hindringham 1

Hindringham were narrowly beaten at high-flying Caister in Anglian Combination Division One.

The visitors went at the home side and were rewarded when West closed the keeper down and he let the ball under his feet to give the Hindringham player a tap-in.

Hindringham held the lead until half-time, but three minutes into the second half the home side drew level.

Seven minutes later Broughton challenged the home keeper, who was injured and had to go to hospital.

When the game restarted it remained end to end, but Caister scored the decisive goal. Clipston cleared the ball for a throw-in, and with Hindringham slow to react the striker finished well.

Hindringham continued to work hard but could not get the equalising goal.

This weekend Hindringham host Horsford, kick-off 2pm.

n Hindringham Reserves entertained Mundford in a Division Five relegation battle at The Elms.

Hindringham opened the scoring when a great through ball from Symonds found Batchelor and he coolly lobbed the keeper.

A second soon followed, Buckenham getting on the end of an incisive pass from Cameron, before slotting home. Defew headed home the third, after Savory had whipped in a delightful cross. Whittred added the fourth before half-time, firing home the rebound after the keeper saved from Buckenham.

Hindringham introduced three substitutes early in the second half and Galvin extended the lead with a long range free-kick. The hosts had chances to increase their lead through Batchelor and Hutchison, but allowed Mundford two goals from set plays.

The reserves are away at Stalham on Saturday, meet Con Club at noon.


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