Stalham keeper in top form
Stalham Town 0, Bungay Town 0Stalham welcomed a strong Bungay team to Rivers Park on Saturday, but with manager Carl Nicholls having numerous call-offs again, he had to go on the bench.
Stalham Town 0, Bungay Town 0
Stalham welcomed a strong Bungay team to Rivers Park on Saturday, but with manager Carl Nicholls having numerous call-offs again, he had to go on the bench.
The game was an entertaining goalless draw with home keeper Nichols in fine form, making a series of top-class saves.
Stalham had a chance to take all three points in the second half but Steve Ellis hit a post with a penalty kick.
Stalham were delighted with the performances of young players Nick Grapes, Daniel Duffield and MoM James Gooch.
Both teams were happy with a point.
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Stalham are at Beccles on Saturday in the Mummery Cup quarter-finals (1.30pm ko).