Dominant Sudbury lose at home

AFC SUDBURY suffered a home defeat after dominating the entire match.

AFC SUDBURY suffered a home defeat after dominating the entire match.

After an impeccably observed minute's silence in memory of former manager Keith Martin, current Sudbury boss Nicky Smith could only watch frustrated as his side frittered away a host of chances.

In contrast struggling Woodford took full advantage of their only shot on target to snatch an unlikely three points and move out of the bottom two.

After surviving an early scare when Lynton shot wide from a clear position, new signing Bussens and Rowe both sent shots narrowly over with further goal attempts from Curtis-Brown, Heath and Blackwell also just off target.

The crucial strike came after 31 minutes when Harris scored with Woodford's only real chance of the game.

n Final score: AFC Sudbury 0, Woodford 1

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