AFC Sudbury win after penalty shoot-out

A PENALTY shoot-out was required before AFC Sudbury Reserves were declared winners of the Chell Trophy after 120 minutes of play failed to produce a goal in Wednesday's final against Tiptree Reserves at Hadleigh.

A PENALTY shoot-out was required before AFC Sudbury Reserves were declared winners of the Chell Trophy after 120 minutes of play failed to produce a goal in Wednesday's final against Tiptree Reserves at Hadleigh.

The nearest to a goal came after 43 minutes when a handling offence gave Sudbury a penalty but Brad Hughes fired over the bar.

From then on chances were minimal until extra time when goalkeepers Paul Pangelly and Liam Daniels both made good saves.

The penalty shoot out ended 4-2 in Sudbury's favour.


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