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Diss Town show battling qualities to seal hard earned point

PUBLISHED: 21:46 29 August 2017 | UPDATED: 21:46 29 August 2017

Diss Town manager  Jason Cook, right, and assistant Justin King have only lost one of their opening four league games. PICTURE: Denise Bradley

Diss Town manager Jason Cook, right, and assistant Justin King have only lost one of their opening four league games. PICTURE: Denise Bradley

Archant, Norfolk 2017

Diss Town bounced back from a painful home defeat to secure a hard earned draw at Brewers Green Lane on Saturday.

The Tangerines were distinctly second best againsst visitors Swaffham Town in midweek, going down 4-0, but they put that drubbing behind them with a gutsy display in front of their own supporters.

Diss twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with visitors March Town.

The visitors went ahead through Logan on 38 minutes before a goalkeeper’s clearance hit Luke Priestley on the back and rebounded in four minutes later.

Again Diss fell behind but again they fought back, this time in the 90th minute when Priestley saw his penalty saved, but then knocked in the rebound.

After a difficult summer Diss now have five points to their name after four games, and will be attempting to build on a solid start on Saturday when they visit Braintree Reserves (3pm).

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