Harling hit goal trail against Loddon

East Harling carried on from the previous week’s good performance at Harleston and dominated early proceedings against second-placed Loddon.

Harling should have gone ahead through Pat Armes, but his shot just cleared the bar.

Midway through the half Harling seemed to lose their way and it was no surprise when the visitors broke away and scored a fine goal.

This woke Harling up and they dominated again and were unlucky when Ben Chase saw his shot go inches wide.

Then a hand-ball gave Harling a penalty which Paul Mieczek cooly slotted home.


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Manager Mark Dolman had strong words at the break and the home side came out a different team and really took hold of the game.

Good work by Calvin Gibson and Ben Chase down the left resulted in a great cross which Danny Fowler smashed home.

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This gave the team confidence and Pat Armes sent in a shot that the keeper could not hold and Chris Bray was on hand to tap in the rebound. Minutes later Chris Bray broke through, rounded the keeper and scored. He then turned provider for Pat Armes who turned cleverly to finish just inside a post.

For Harling, the man-of-the match award went to Jack Denniss, whose workrate was again tremendous.

Calvin Gibson had a good second hal,f as did Pat Armes and Chris Bray in what was, in the end, a comfortable victory.

Next up, Harling visit Beccles Town Reserves.

East Harling Reserves got back to winning ways with a solid performance. Goals in the first half from Darren Goodley and Ben Aghabi saw them 2-1 ahead at the break.

New signing Rob Jeffries came on in the second half and was influential in midfield as Harling looked to consolidate the lead.

However, goals from James Sparks and a second for Ben Aghabi sealed the win.

Ben Aghabi was man-of-the-match with his first goals for the team and it was no more than he deserved having often been on the subs’ bench this season.

Next up Scole Reserves at home.

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