Colyton Reserves beaten at home by Bradninch

PUBLISHED: 18:50 05 November 2017

Action from the Colyton Reserves 4-2 home defeat to Bradninch in a Macron League Division Seven match

Action from the Colyton Reserves 4-2 home defeat to Bradninch in a Macron League Division Seven match

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Colyton Reserves were beaten 4-2 by Bradninch when the sides met in a Macron League Division Seven meeting.

Colyton made a flying start and took an early lead through George Richards. The visitors hit back and levelled before taking the lead from a corner.

They held the advantage through to the half-time break and added to it in the second half only for Richards to score his second to fire Colyton back into the contest.

The game was in the balance through until the closing stages when Bradninch sealed victory with a fine individual goal.

Richards was outstanding throughout and both Ross Broom and Matthew Berry both had superb games whilst the match sponsor, Robin Bell, opted for the Man of the Match award to go to another who had a fine game, Mike Challis.

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