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GODMANCHESTER S wagon rolled down to the east coast on Saturday as the club played its fifth straight away game this season. After taking in the sea air they journeyed back to Bearscroft Lane with another point, which kept them third in the league. Karl

GODMANCHESTER'S wagon rolled down to the east coast on Saturday as the club played its fifth straight away game this season.

After taking in the sea air they journeyed back to Bearscroft Lane with another point, which kept them third in the league.

Karl Hurst admitted to being content with the point after he saw his side dominate the first 45 minutes but concede a sloppy goal.

"We were good value for the lead but needed to be at our best later in the game," he said. "Ten points from five away games is as good as we could have hoped for at the start of the season"


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Hurst has added Graham Thackray, Adam King and James Edwards to his squad and his team hit the pitch running on Saturday. Inside the first 15 minutes they had created and missed at least three chances. Chris Hyems saw his goal bound effort cleared and Thackray and Paul Bass had half chances. Bass then popped up with a cracking strike on 20 minutes when he volleyed home from 20 yards leaving the keeper stranded. Goddy continued to push forward but were punished when sloppy midfield play allowed the Seasiders to snatch an equaliser much against the run of play.

The second half was a more even affair but with Hayden Beazley and Kyle Nixon dominate at the back and keeper Ally McInally in commanding form Rovers were happy to return with a share of the spoils.

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