Woodbridge thrash Walsham

JEKYLL and Hyde Woodbridge Town thrashed Walsham-le-Willows 6-1 away in the Ridgeons League Premier Division last night - just four days after themselves losing 9-1 at Soham.

JEKYLL and Hyde Woodbridge Town thrashed Walsham-le-Willows 6-1 away in the Ridgeons League Premier Division last night - just four days after themselves losing 9-1 at Soham.

RIDGEONS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Walsham-le-Willows 1 Woodbridge Town 6

WOODBRIDGE Town's Jekyll and Hyde season continued last night as they thrashed hosts Walsham-le-Willows.


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After drawing 5-5 at reigning champions Wroxham, Woodbridge lost their next away match 9-1 at Soham on Saturday, but bounced back to hit Walsham for six at Summer Road.

It was the home side that created the better chances early on with Dixon forcing Woodbridge keeper Marcus Garnham to make a good save, before Walsham went ahead when Ross headed on for Wood who found Dixon with a good through pass and he shot home.

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Woodbridge were quickly back into the game and Arran Sheppard crossed for Allicion Blake to shoot home the equaliser.

Shortly after Walsham failed to clear a corner and Lee O'Neill headed the visitors into the lead.

Walsham came back in to the game towards the end of the half and Clarke forced Garnham to make two good saves. Right at the end of the half Blake had a great chance to put Woodbridge further ahead but shot into the side netting.

In the second half Woodbridge got well on top and Keeble gave away a penalty when he fouled substitute Tony Boto and Paul Hart put away the penalty with ease.

Walsham had a couple of penalty appeals waved away by the referee and Woodbridge took full advantage and scored three further goals with Paul Berry, Boto - his first senior goal for the club - and Hart all scoring to give Woodbridge an easy win.

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