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Seasiders warming up

PUBLISHED: 09:53 31 July 2008 | UPDATED: 10:24 07 July 2010

Wells Town 3, Downham Town 4

The Seasiders entertained Ridgeons side Downham Town in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday week in a hard, battling match.

Downham went behind to an early Pentney strike after six minutes, but the visitors then piled on the pressure, forcing a 4-1 lead by the interval (Foulsham 2, Smith and Thorpe).

Wells Town 3, Downham Town 4

The Seasiders entertained Ridgeons side Downham Town in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday week in a hard, battling match.

Downham went behind to an early Pentney strike after six minutes, but the visitors then piled on the pressure, forcing a 4-1 lead by the interval (Foulsham 2, Smith and Thorpe).

Downham changed their formation to three at the back and three up front, allowing Wells more attacking options, and a brace from Grocott reduced the arrears, with the hosts having several chances to level.

Wells Town 1, Melton St Audry's 4

ON Friday night against Melton St Audry's from the Ipswich and Suffolk Border League, the Seasiders matched their opponents up to the interval, with the score at 1-1 thanks to a strong, well-placed header by Grocott. Melton St Audry's introduced several fresh players of a higher quality to score three second-half goals.

Wells Reserves 0, Walsingham 1

Both sides struggled to create any clear goal-scoring chances, but it was the visitors who broke the deadlock in the 85th minute .

Wells Town host Brandon Town on Saturday with a double-header 3pm (first team) and 5pm (reserves).


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