Thurlow Nunn First Division: Framlingham see off Diss Town challenge, big win for Haverhill Borough
- Credit: Archant
The Castlemen of Framlingham came away from Diss Town with a well-deserved 4-2 victory against an experienced side who had won at Badingham Road earlier in the season.
Diss took the lead on six minutes, Charlie Webb turning and shooting past the static Gary Rose.
Fram got back on level terms when Danny Smith stooped to head past George MacRae on 24 minutes.
John Kerridge put the visitors ahead on 64 minutes when he headed in a Charlie Smith free kick.
Fram extended their lead ten minutes later when Danny Smith lobbed the keeper, following a knock down from Kerridge.
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Within a minute, Shaun Hunsdon pulled a goal back for Diss, stabbing in from a Sam Bryant cross.
Danny Smith then completed his hat-trick and made the game safe on 87 minutes, beating the keeper to a through ball to score and secure a great victory for the new boys in the First Division.
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Meanwhile, a clinical display of finishing by Haverhill Borough saw the visitors run out comfortable 5-0 winners against Team Bury on Saturday.
Haverhill took the lead on 16 minutes when Jarid Robson hit a somewhat speculative shot from the edge of the penalty area, which George Bugg in the Bury goal could only palm into the top of the goal.
Borough made it 2-0 shortly after as Luke Clark headed the ball back into the six yard box and, after Errol Durrell’s shot was blocked, Charlie Holmes bundled the ball in.
Holmes added his second on the half hour with a typical striker’s goal. Released with a ball over the top of the Bury defence, he outmuscled the retreating defenders before beating Bugg down to his left.
As the game approached half time, Clark opened his account for Haverhill, squeezing home a tight finish, before Holmes completed his hat-trick on the hour mark.
Holmes flicked the ball into an empty net after a quick throw in from substitute Ryan Kent had found its way across the six yard box, with keeper Bugg stranded.