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Kelvin nets four for Stratton

PUBLISHED: 14:30 17 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:22 12 July 2010

AFTER the previous week's unfortunate 1-0 defeat at Stalham where Ian Wilson was voted MoM, Long Stratton came back with a great 5-2 victory against high-flying Holt.

AFTER the previous week's unfortunate 1-0 defeat at Stalham where Ian Wilson was voted MoM, Long Stratton came back with a great 5-2 victory against high-flying Holt.

Stratton got off to the perfect start when David Storey was upended by the keeper and Kelvin Willimott scored from the penalty spot then after several defensive errors Stratton allowed Holt to equalise against the run of play.

Kelvin Willimott then made it 2-1 after he pounced on a short back pass and rounded the keeper to score. Stratton were then gifted a third goal when the keeper's air shot let Paul Folkard in for an easy tap-in. Kelvin Willimott scored his hat-trick from the penalty spot after Folkard was felled.

Holt got a consolation goal to make it 4-2 and then after some brilliant work from David Storey, Kelvin Willimott was put through to round the keeper and score his fourth goal and Stratton's fifth. This was a great team performance but special mention must go to David Storey and Carl Harwin, but MoM was Kelvin Willimott.

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