Stratton rue missed chances
Long Stratton 2, Hindringham 2HAVING twice taken the lead Long Stratton may well have been rueing dropping two points. David Robinson had put Stratton ahead, this after Hindringham had rattled a post.
Long Stratton 2, Hindringham 2
HAVING twice taken the lead Long Stratton may well have been rueing dropping two points.
David Robinson had put Stratton ahead, this after Hindringham had rattled a post.
The visitors equalised before Stratton re-took the lead again through a goalmouth scramble, seeing a visiting defender help the ball over his own line.
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Hindringham then equalised for a second time, a disappointing goal to concede but still Stratton looked likely to win the game, James Barnes shooting just wide and then centre-half Kaine Challen brought the home crowd to their feet with a superb 35-yard drive which produced a fine save from the Hindringham stopper.
The Stratton Motor Company MoM: Kaine Challen.
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