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Bridgham FC end the season with an impressive win

PUBLISHED: 19:54 24 April 2017 | UPDATED: 19:54 24 April 2017

Bridgham United face the camera: Back row (left to right): Jason Evans (assistant manager), George Palmer, Simon Sutcliffe, Steve Wycherley, Luke Wheeler, Adam Bunting and Simon Bell (manager). Front: George Low, Alex Snow, Ben Mannion, Bradley Sandell, Billy Gorman, Frankie Lake, Nathan Matthews, Jack Green and Tom Wood.

Bridgham United face the camera: Back row (left to right): Jason Evans (assistant manager), George Palmer, Simon Sutcliffe, Steve Wycherley, Luke Wheeler, Adam Bunting and Simon Bell (manager). Front: George Low, Alex Snow, Ben Mannion, Bradley Sandell, Billy Gorman, Frankie Lake, Nathan Matthews, Jack Green and Tom Wood.

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Bridgham United beat County Cup runners-up Castle Acre Swifts Reserves 5-3 in their last game of the season.

The hosts started brightly and Luke Wheeler saw a great chance saved before Bradley Sandell fired a fierce shot past the keeper to open the scoring.

Wheeler then shot over and Sandell went close but Bridgham’s top goalscorer scored again to cap a great half.

Castle Acre pulled one back with a header within five minutes of the re-start but on the hour mark left back Frankie Lake started and finished a great passing move for 3-1 and within two minutes Lake scored again with another cool finish.

Castle Acre made it 4-2 when they scored straight from a corner but the home side make it 5-2 when Alex Snow scored from close range after good work from Green.

Castle Acre pulled one back for 5-3 with two minutes to go but Bridgham were not to be denied the points.


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