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Harleston bounce back

PUBLISHED: 12:18 06 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:45 12 July 2010

HARLESTON Town got back to winning ways after last week's defeat.

They produced a workmanlike performance against a spirited Hindringham Reserves side.

HARLESTON Town got back to winning ways after last week's defeat.

They produced a workmanlike performance against a spirited Hindringham Reserves side.

The game was hampered by the weather but it was Harleston who settled and took control of the game.

After 20 minutes a long kick by goalkeeper Steve Bartram was headed on by the midfield. Ondre Novak controlled the ball and smashed an unstoppable shot past the keeper.

Harleston were in attack mode and shortly after the first goal the hard working Sam Wilby got his rewards by scoring Harleston's second goal following a one-two with Ben Goddard.

The second half saw Harleston create a lot of chances but the wind and keeper kept them out.


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