Bungay sunk by Wells
FOR the first time this season Bungay Town lost two games in a row as resurgent Wells grabbed the points with a single goal.After languishing at the bottom of the Anglian Combination division one for much of the season the North Norfolk side have won four of their last five games to haul themselves out of the bottom two, and Bungay were their latest victims.
FOR the first time this season Bungay Town lost two games in a row as resurgent Wells grabbed the points with a single goal.
After languishing at the bottom of the Anglian Combination division one for much of the season the North Norfolk side have won four of their last five games to haul themselves out of the bottom two, and Bungay were their latest victims.
It was another disappointing day for the home side, who rarely got their flowing football together, and Wells defended in depth to snuff out the threat of Rory French, Ainsley Baynes and later Tom Amis.
It leaves them in third place, now seven points behind St Andrews and six behind Kirkley and Pakefield.
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As Wells showed their intentions Nathan Einecker had to dash from his line to kick clear, and then got down to block a close range effort. Soon after McCullum broke clear for Wells and the keeper did well to block his effort.
For Bungay, Baynes and French both just failed to beat the keeper to a low cross from Henwood. And they almost broke through soon after as Adam Solley's bouncing effort almost caught the keeper out, but the ball was cleared off the line as it was about to go in.
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The visitors got the vital breakthrough three minutes into the second half as Henwood and Einecker hesitated as Solley played the ball back and Tom East nipped between them to score. Einecker was called on to make a diving save from a low drive soon after.
Bungay: N Einecker, M Harvey (T Amis), C Hunting, L Henwood, D Lowe, D Wilby (J McFarlane), N Renaut, A Solley, T Daniels, A Baynes, R French.