SIL Senior round-up: Capel Plough’s long winning run ended by Coplestonians

Byron Tejano, right, was on target for the second straight week for Henley. Picture: HENLEY ATHLETIC

Byron Tejano, right, was on target for the second straight week for Henley. Picture: HENLEY ATHLETIC FC - Credit: Archant

The red hot Capel Plough, riding a seven-match winning run, missed the chance to move to the top of the SIL Senior Division after they were beaten 4-2 at home by a lively Coplestonians.

The home side made the better start when Sean Webb slotted home a corner from Gunn with three minutes played.

However the visitors fought back to equalise five minutes later when Will Davies headed in a free kick from Jordan Godbold.

Godbold put the visitors in front just before the break, shooting low into the corner after a defensive error.

Houchill then saved with his feet from Webb before Perrie Soanes scored the visitors’ third from a tight angle after 65 minutes.

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Wilshaw cleared a shot off the home line before Webb headed in a cross to pull a goal back with 10 minutes left. Webb had the ball in the net again but offside was given before Davies was sent off for a second caution.

Godbold scored the fourth in injury time after keeper Foxhall had parried his initial penalty kick to complete the scoring.

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Elsewhere, Henley Athletic dominated throughout in recording a 4-0 victory over AFC Hoxne. Despite their superiority it took 41 minutes for Henley to open the scoring. Centre-half Mark Storey slotted home the rebound from a Byron Tejano shot to make it 1-0 at half-time.

Henley made it 2-0 with a cross from White from wide left which was headed home at the back post by Jamie Cowan to cap a fine debut.

Tejano added the third with a sweet volley, before Clarke Bruce smashed home from six yards for 4-0.

Meanwhile, Wenhaston United returned from Grundisburgh with a 4-3 win. Joe Clark bagged a brace for the visitors, who also got goals from Toby Payne and Toby Chenery. Rene Swann, Paris Tuwizana and Dan Pearson scored for the hosts.

There was another seven goal thriller at Ransomes Sports, with the home side bested 4-3 by Westerfield United.

Jordan Haynes fired a hat-trick for the home side, but an own goal from Parris Merrick and strikes from Ben Hope, Dan Brkovic and Craig Stuart, the latter in the 90th minute, won the game.

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