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Dismissal proves costly for Haverhill Borough




Ash Drew (left) was sent off during Haverhill Borough's 2-1 defeat at Kings Lynn Town Reserves
Ash Drew (left) was sent off during Haverhill Borough's 2-1 defeat at Kings Lynn Town Reserves

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE

FIRST DIVISION

Kings Lynn Town Reserves 2 Haverhill Borough 1

Kings Lynn Town Reserves came back from conceding an early goal to inflict a defeat on Haverhill Borough, who had Ash Drew sent off.

Ryan Kent put the visitors ahead in the fifth minute, capitalising on a misplaced defensive header.

Borough held the lead until Jack Frohawk levelled in the 58th minute and stayed on level terms until being undone by a double whammy with just 13 minutes to go.

Drew was sent off for a second bookable offence and from the resulting free-kick Alan Burch headed Lynn into the lead.

The defeat sees Borough, who have no game on Saturday, drop one place to sixth.

For a fuller report buy this Thursday’s (11) Haverhill Echo.



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