Bury get second place

Bury brushed aside their visitors' opening flurry and then quickly went on a goal spree which ensured the runners-up spot.

Ridgeons League Premier Division

Bury Town 7

Woodbridge Town 2

Bury brushed aside their visitors' opening flurry and then quickly went on a goal spree which ensured the runners-up spot.

For the visitors Blake tried his luck from afar but was well off target and it took Bury just 10 minutes to start the landslide.

After Skelly had shot into the side-netting, Tatham burst through the middle to steer into the far corner past the advancing Garnham.

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Nine minutes later, man of the match Cunningham added a second, latching on to a through ball and lobbing over the keeper.

In the 26th minute, Tatham finished clinically after being released by the industrious Cunningham. In irrepressible form, the striker went on to complete a 36-minute hat-trick when he twisted and turned his way past his marker to find the far corner once again.

Francis scored cleverly for the visitors three minutes before the break, curling a free kick round the wall, but there was still time for Bury to add to their tally, Skelly giving Garnham no chance from the penalty spot after a push in the area.

With Woodbridge playing for pride after the break, Bury found it difficult to keep the momentum going and it needed a mix-up between Dearsley and Garnham to let in Field for Bury's sixth.

Substitute Evans had a simple tap-in from a Miller flick-on after 69 minutes before Blake got a second for the visitors, linking up well to collect a return before shooting low past Barber.

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