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Gorleston made it five games unbeaten thanks to a late winner from Connor Ingram.

Harleston Magpies Ladies are at home to East Conference leaders Cambridge City on Sunday (1.30pm). City have beaten Southgate, Ipswich and Bedford so far, scoring 11 times without conceding, while Magpies have also had made a positive start, with two wins out of three.

Lauren Rowe

Harleston Magpies appear to be warming to the task in East League Premier A after a slow start to the season.

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