Thurlow Nunn Division One review: Haverhill Borough win on the road at Cornard United

Jarid Robson opened the scoring for Haverhill Borough

Jarid Robson opened the scoring for Haverhill Borough - Credit: Archant

Thurlow Nunn League First Division

Rory Bone got the winner for Borough

Rory Bone got the winner for Borough - Credit: Archant

Cornard United 2 Haverhill Borough 3

James Regan defends for Haverhill Borough

James Regan defends for Haverhill Borough - Credit: Archant

Haverhill Borough’s recent run of good form continued with a hard-earned victory over Cornard United.

Jarid Robson opened the scoring for Haverhill Borough

Jarid Robson opened the scoring for Haverhill Borough - Credit: Archant

Jarid Robson opened the scoring, firing powerfully past Dan Joyce in the Cornard goal.

The hosts equalised minutes before the break with a direct free-kick from Ben Madden, just outside of the penalty area.

Borough fell behind on 65 minutes when substitute Lefkos Constantinou headed in unmarked from a corner kick.

Borough were level within three minutes though as Ryan Swallow’s corner was headed in by Casey Phillips.

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With seven minutes left to play, a ball over the top of the Cornard defence saw Rory Bone in on goal accompanied by two defenders.

The Borough man was first to the ball and managed to lob Joyce and secure all three points.

Framlingham Town 2 Holland FC 2

A share of the points was welcomed by the home side after Holland had bossed the first half, with Steve Eaton scoring a brace.

Fram had the better of the second half and, after a few positional changes, Simon Poacher and Charlie Smith pulled two goals back after the break.

After going into the break trailing 2-0, Fram pulled a goal back on 50 minutes as Poacher scored direct from a free kick.

The home side then pushed the Holland defence back and a quick break forward by John Kerridge squared the ball for Smith to stretch and fire home.

Wisbech St Mary 1 Woodbridge Town 4

Woodbridge made the long journey to Wisbech St Mary without leading goalscorer Mark Ray, and with Finley Shorten deputising in goal for the unavailable Alfie Strong.

The Woodpeckers took the lead on 35 minutes when George Bowman’s great through ball found Alex Greggor who slid home.

Aaron Churchyard found the target as Woodbridge increased their lead 10 minutes after the restart, before Wisbech pulled a goal back through Jack Friend on 60 minutes.

Churchyard scored his second goal of the match to make it 3-1 on 68 minutes, before Matt MacKenzie headed home the fourth with two minutes to go.

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