Bloaters face key test against strugglers

PUBLISHED: 10:18 28 October 2011 | UPDATED: 11:36 28 October 2011

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Great Yarmouth Town 1, Hadleigh United 3: Despite an improved performance last Saturday the Bloaters were unable to avoid their sixth successive league defeat against Hadleigh Utd.

Adam Mills converting a penalty to equalise the opener from the visitors, before Hadleigh scored at the end of each half to deny Yarmouth of any points out of the game.

Tomorrow, the Bloaters have their most important game of the season so far when they travel to Wivenhoe Town, who are only one place above them in the table.

On Tuesday Diss Town visit the Wellesley, having beaten the Bloaters 4-2 earlier in the season.

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