Rusty Rovers end win streak
Division One Eynesbury Rovers 1 Sleaford Town 2 A GAME played in extremely windy conditions ended Eynesbury s run of three consecutive league wins. Rovers, who hadn t played since their 6-1 triumph at Huntingdon on Boxing Day, came close to snatching the
Eynesbury Rovers 1 Sleaford Town 2
A GAME played in extremely windy conditions ended Eynesbury's run of three consecutive league wins.
Rovers, who hadn't played since their 6-1 triumph at Huntingdon on Boxing Day, came close to snatching the lead in the 17th minutes but Neil Morris's chip came back off the crossbar.
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Sleaford took the lead three minutes later when Kirk Kidd fouled Pete Sutton in the box and Jason Sedlan sent Ben Houseago the wrong way from the spot.
After the break Kidd went close to equalising for Eynesbury but his shot was saved and Sleaford extended their lead after 53 minutes when Kris Jones converted from a corner.
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Craig Smith pulled a goal back for the home side with a stunning 25 yard drive with 20 minutes remaining but Rovers couldn't find the equaliser.
Eynesbury assistant manager Dave Goodall said: "Although the result was disappointing we put in a good performance against a team who have only lost once all season.
"Smithy (Craig Smith) scored a fantastic goal and we were unlucky not to take a point.