Hindringham pegged back after excellent start

PUBLISHED: 08:09 16 November 2017

Action from Hindringham's home defeat by Scole United. Picture: Ronnie Heyhoe

Action from Hindringham's home defeat by Scole United. Picture: Ronnie Heyhoe


Hindringham welcomed Scole to the Elms looking to continue recent form.

This was always going to be a tough test against a team who have started the season well.

Hindringham started very much on the front foot and were rewarded when good play saw the lively Hudson finish well. This seemed to spark the away side into life and the game became more even – unfortunately for Hindringham a 15-minute spell saw the visitors score three goals.

The second half was competed well with both sides working hard. With 20 minutes left an injury to Elliott in goal meant Hindringham had to finish the game with 10 men with Croker going in goal – he did not let the side down, pulling off two good saves. Performances are improving each week and this Saturday the team welcome Cromer Town. The club would like to wish Luke Elliott all the best with his injury.

Hindringham Reserves lost 3-2 at Castle Acre, Woolveridge and Bacon with the goals.

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