Hindringham team spirit pays dividends
HINDRINGHAM had hard-earned back-to-back home victories over Easter, pushing for fourth place in Anglian Combination Division One.On Saturday, a Scole side fighting to to avoid the drop suffered a 6-2 hiding, Karl Pask hitting a hat-trick, two from the penalty spot.
HINDRINGHAM had hard-earned back-to-back home victories over Easter, pushing for fourth place in Anglian Combination Division One.
On Saturday, a Scole side fighting to to avoid the drop suffered a 6-2 hiding, Karl Pask hitting a hat-trick, two from the penalty spot. Darren West netted two and Jason Chilvers scored his first goal for over two seasons.
On Monday, Reepham were beaten 1-0. The goal came when Scott Saunders crossed, Scott Gray laid in Mark Betts and he blasted past the keeper for his first goal after returning to the club.
The midfield battle was won by Hindringham's Coslett, West and Whittred.
Chances were limited, with both defences on top in a game which was played in true derby spirit. Reepham had a player sent off late in the game as Hindringham avenged their defeat earlier in the season.
Manager West said: “You can't buy the team spirit which we have at Hindringham throughout the whole club, everyone pulling in the same direction. And that's why we got a great result despite the endeavours of Reepham.”
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Next game, Caister away, meet Bistro 12.