Seasiders cruising

Wells Town 4, Scole United 0THE Seasiders, in their final home fixture of the season, secured three points with a comfortable goals haul.King was alert to prevent Murfit from scoring as early as the 12th minute, but minutes later Wells broke the deadlock when Grocott placed a perfect shot past King.

Wells Town 4, Scole United 0

THE Seasiders, in their final home fixture of the season, secured three points with a comfortable goals haul.

King was alert to prevent Murfit from scoring as early as the 12th minute, but minutes later Wells broke the deadlock when Grocott placed a perfect shot past King.

King then prevented Macnab-Grieve from increasing Wells' lead when he saved well from close range.


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Frary headed clear a visitors' corner, Fulford saved well from a forward as he forced his way into the box.

In the 26th minute Murfit added a second for Wells when he calmly rounded the keeper and slotted home. Murfit then chipped the keeper from distance only to see the ball rebound off the bar.

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Scole started the second half by putting Wells under pressure. Bartram headed over from close range as Scole found space.

At the other end McCallum scored Wells' third with a well-placed shot and Murfit added his second and Wells' fourth when he collected a good pass to slot home past King.

Bradenham 4, Wells Reserves 0

Wells Reserves travelled to the league leaders looking to dent their title hopes.

The Seasiders were holding their hosts' long-ball tactics until a goalmouth scramble saw a goal-bound shot saved by Molyneux only for the ball to fall to a home forward to slot home.

Wells pressed the destruct button in the second half allowing the home side to score three easy goals.

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