Bad weekend for Harling
This weekend saw both East Harling teams beaten. The first team played well against North Walsham but having gone 1-0 up through Stuart Chrystall, poor defending let Walsham score three before half-time.
This weekend saw both East Harling teams beaten.
The first team played well against North Walsham but having gone 1-0 up through Stuart Chrystall, poor defending let Walsham score three before half-time.
Harling worked hard in the second half but could not break down a well organised Walsham defence.
The Reserves suffered last minute call-offs but put up a good show away to Horsford.
In the first half they were unlucky, hitting the woodwork three times. Horsford scored two good goals to lead at the break.
Early in the second half Kyle Lynn pulled one back, but immediately Horsford scored, they soon made it 4-1.
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Ben Chase got a second for Harling and a few more chances were missed and again the post denied Harling.
A late goal flattered Horsford, but overall the Harling side gave a good account of themselves.
Tom Alexander, Tony Charnick, Mike Mcloud and Ben Aghabi all did well in what were their first games.
East Harling Football Club are looking for a manager for their first team.
If interested, call Graham Jubb on 01953 717128.