An equaliser deep into injury time gave the Greens the point they deserved in their final home game of the season.
Gorleston conceded three times in a poor first half performance as they slid to defeat on Saturday, with Keegan Middleton’s late goal their only consolation.
Tuesday night’s match between two evenly matched sides could have gone either way but it wasn’t the spectacle many had hoped for.
A battling performance ended with a harsh scoreline on Gorleston at the potential champions.
Four goals from Ross Gilfedder helped lift the Greens up to seventh in the league on Tuesday evening.
Two goals at the end of the first half helped pave the way to three points for the Greens against hosts who were reduced to 10 men for 50 minutes.
Gorleston made it two wins on the bounce as they came from behind with an improved second half show in their first home game of the year.
Gorleston gained three bonus points on Tuesday evening as they made it three wins in a row thanks to a two goals from Nathan Russell.
Gorleston were much improved after last week’s humiliating 7-0 home defeat and were close to gaining a surprise point.
Gorleston suffered their heaviest league defeat at Emerald Park at the hands of high-flying Coggeshall.
An injury-time Kyle Ingram goal gave Gorleston a deserved point at Haverhill.
A spirited comeback wasn’t enough as Gorleston bowed out of the FA Vase on Saturday.
Gorleston twice came from behind for a battling point at Mundford Road on Tuesday evening to extend their unbeaten run to three games.
Two goals in three first half minutes sealed Gorleston’s fate on Saturday.
A goal early in the second half was enough to condemn Stewart Larter to his fourth defeat in four games since becoming Greens’ boss.
Gorleston let a two goal lead slip as a late double from the hosts stretched their winless run to six games - but the defeat was not without an element of misfortune.
A spirited performance from Gorleston was not enough to halt the runaway league leaders on Tuesday evening.
Gorleston came from behind twice last Friday night to gain a point under the watchful eye of incoming manager Stewart Larter.
Gorleston were hit by a Suffolk punch at the death as the Jockeys won by short head.
All the action was at the beginning and end of Tuesday evening’s match as Gorleston suffered their second defeat in a row.
Managerless Gorleston completed the double over their east coast rivals despite having skipper Harley Clements sent off late on.
A controversial late equaliser denied Ricci Butler all three points in his final game as boss.
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