Depleted Harling put up a fight
Aylsham Reserves 4, East Harling 1
Harling gave a good account of themselves considering some six first-choice players were unavailable.
They also created enough chances to have forced a draw but unfortunately did not take them.
Andy Collins-Reed got the goal, and Rob Jeffries and Chris Marlow played well in midfield.
Next up, Harling play CNSOBU at home.
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East Harling 3, Swaffham Reserves 1
HARLING started well but after Ben Chase, Pat Armes and Chris Bray had gone close Swaffham broke and scored a very good goal.
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It was soon 1-1 as Jack Denniss typically won through three tackles and set up Pat Armes to round the keeper and score.
Harling came out and dominated the second half and Daniel Fowler battled well to set himself up and finish with a great shot.
Pat Armes got his second of the match, and sixth of the season to make the points safe.
Man of the match was Nicky Catchpole who gave a solid defensive display. Jack Denniss and Paul Mleczek also had fine games in midfield.
Next up, Harling Reserves visit Aylsham.