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PUBLISHED: 17:54 28 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:54 28 October 2014

Thetford v Whitton
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Thetford v Whitton Picture by: Sonya Duncan

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Thetford Town earned a 1-1 draw at Whitton United thanks to James Dean’s first-half strike.

Dean gave his side the lead with an impressive strike but the home side were pegged back in the second half and had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Mark Scott’s, pictured, side have now gone four league games without a win but are sitting comfortably in mid-table, in 12th place.

The Brecklanders are without a game this weekend due to other Thurlow Nunn Premier Division sides being in FA Vase action. Mark Scott’s men bowed out of the competition in the preliminary round after a 3-1 defeat at Peterborough Sports at the start of the month.

The break at least gives Thetford plenty of time to prepare for their next league game on Saturday, November 8 when they travel to high-flying Godmanchester.

Scott will be hoping his side can replicate the form they showed against them earlier in the season when they cruised to a 3-0 victory thanks to goals from Alex McIntosh, Eliott Smith and Dean.

Thetford Town reserves enjoyed a 4-2 win over South Walsham reserves on Saturday and currently sit third in the Anglian Combination Division Six table.

They travel to Necton on Saturday, kick-off 2pm, who lost 3-1 to Corton Seltic on Saturday.


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