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Gorleston U18 straight back to the action

PUBLISHED: 14:07 28 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:27 30 June 2010

Gorleston U18 pictured with Graham Peek of sponsors Epic International.

Gorleston U18 pictured with Graham Peek of sponsors Epic International.

Gorleston U18 3, Kirkley & Pakefield U18 1

The young Greens, who last played a competitive match on December 16, started brightly with Taylor Hodges seeing a lot of the ball and Jordan Woolston's pace causing the Kirkley defence a few headaches.

Gorleston U18 3, Kirkley & Pakefield U18 1

The young Greens, who last played a competitive match on December 16, started brightly with Taylor Hodges seeing a lot of the ball and Jordan Woolston's pace causing the Kirkley defence a few headaches.

The Greens had the majority of play in the first half and were shell-shocked to find themselves a goal down from a well-worked Kirkley corner in the

43rd minute.

The influence of Chris Clements and Harry Harris seemed to work its magic as the Greens came out all guns blazing and soon got the equaliser.

Woolston played a ball into the middle of the defence and the unchallenged defender mis-controlled and the ball fell to Harvey Harris who he slid it past the keeper.

The Greens were playing excellent football Woolston, again working with Welton, created the second goal with a great ball forward to Scott Hodges who released a powerful shot. Kirkley had a few chances, including one off the bar and a good save by Jack Whatrough.

From a Kirkley corner the ball fell to Collier whose vision and excellent ball set up Harvey Harris, who beat two defenders and calmly slotted the ball past the keeper.


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