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Harleston all set for play-offs

PUBLISHED: 09:46 10 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:27 12 July 2010

HARLESTON Magpies Men played their last league game of the season and made it 11 wins out of 11 by beating Cambridge City 1-0.

It also meant they had defeated the only team in the league who have managed to take points off them this season.

HARLESTON Magpies Men played their last league game of the season and made it 11 wins out of 11 by beating Cambridge City 1-0.

It also meant they had defeated the only team in the league who have managed to take points off them this season.

This match set them up into the forthcoming game against Fareham - the first of five play-off games to make it into the National League.

City managed to win a short corner but Magpies defended well preventing themselves from going a goal down.

Iain Martin made a good save to prevent the ball from entering the net.

The first half came to an end with both teams remaining goalless.

Mark Lewis took his place in goal for the second half to make his debut for the 1st XI and made some first-rate saves.

Some good runs were made with some further chances.

Another short corner was conceded, but was defended well yet again.

City had some good play but Mark Lewis made some first-rate saves on his first-team debut.

Chris Barber won a short corner and Tristan Baynes converted this when he struck the ball with fury into the back of the goal.

Cambridge City continued to battle right to the end.


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