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Caister bow out of Norfolk Senior Cup after going two up early on

PUBLISHED: 06:00 20 October 2017

Action from Fakenham Town's Norfolk Senior Cup tie with Yelverton, which the Anglian Combination Division One side won 3-1.  
Picture: Nick Butcher

Action from Fakenham Town's Norfolk Senior Cup tie with Yelverton, which the Anglian Combination Division One side won 3-1. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Caister went 2-0 up inside 20 minutes in Saturday’s Norfolk Senior Cup tie at Diss - but were eventually overahuled by the Thurlow Nunn League Division One outfit.

The Tangerines were ahead by half-time and then added a fourth goal towards the end to book their place in the draw for the last 16.

The game was just three minutes old when Gaz Ward was given too much time and space on the edge of the area at a free-kick, which meant he could turn with ease and send his right foot shot into the top corner.

A Keegan Middleton free-kick from 22 yards then took a wicked deflection off the wall to wrong foot Jake Heyhoe to make it 2-0 to the Anglian Combination underdogs.

The Tangerines pulled a goal back from a free-kick just outside the penalty area in the 29th minute.

Stephen Vincent sent the ball over for Tom Ramsay to rise unmarked and head in from four yards out.

Caister were then penalised for taking a throw-in from the wrong position in the 37th minute. The throw-in was awarded to Diss and taken quickly from near halfway on the left, with Jake Gathercole releasing Virgilio Leitao to run into space and beat the goalkeeper on the edge of the area.

He then played the ball across to Charlie Lambe who took his time to control the ball and guide his shot wide of the defender on the line.

Three minutes later Will Goulding curled a 20 yard free-kick towards the far post, goalkeeper Jordan Huggins was unable to hold the shot and Lambe beat him to the loose ball to make it 3-2 at the interval.

The second half was played at a much slower pace than the first, with Diss keeping the game tight, but still thankful that Heyhoe was in good form and able to make two crucial saves early in the half.

Diss made the game safe in the 81st minute when Goulding sent his first time right foot shot from 10 yards out into the far corner of the net.

The draw for the third tound will be made on BBC Radio Norfolk on Friday between 6.30 and 7pm.

Caister face another tough fixture tomorrow when they travel to Anglian Combination Premier Division leaders Harleston Town, who have won all seven of their league fixtures so far.

Kick-off at Harleston Rec is at 2pm.

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