Harleston go on goal rampage
HARLESTON completed a comprehensive 9-0 victory at home against St Andrews Reserves. Harleston started the game well and after 10 minutes Finn Goodwin-Wright put Ben Green through to chip over the keeper.
HARLESTON completed a comprehensive 9-0 victory at home against St Andrews Reserves.
Harleston started the game well and after 10 minutes Finn Goodwin-Wright put Ben Green through to chip over the keeper.
The second goal followed shortly afterwards by Finn Goodwin Wright. With five minutes to go to half-time St Andrews were down to 10 men through injury.
This obviously unsettled St Andrews and Finn Goodwin-Wright was on hand to score his second goal with an exquisite finish.
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The second half saw Harleston play with some fine attacking football and were rewarded with a fourth goal scored by Ben Green, completing a move with some fine attacking play on the right-hand side.
Harleston then went into overdrive as Paul Bliss scored the fifth and Goodwin-Wright and Green completed their hat-tricks.
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Wes Holloway came off the bench to score Harleston's eighth, and with chances still being missed, Harleston completed the rout with James Trudgill beating two players before unleashing a shot that went in off a St Andrews defender.
Harleston host Brandon Town Reserves on Saturday.