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Rooks Reserves battle

PUBLISHED: 08:28 31 December 2008 | UPDATED: 14:48 14 July 2010

WYMONDHAM Reserves travelled to South Walsham for a game played in very difficult conditions.

Town took the lead through Jamie Speller with his first goal for the club since his move from Wroxham.

WYMONDHAM Reserves travelled to South Walsham for a game played in very difficult conditions.

Town took the lead through Jamie Speller with his first goal for the club since his move from Wroxham.

However Walsham were not behind for long and scored three quick goals.

Town were awarded a penalty which was missed by James Wells. Town pulled a goal back through an own goal before half time.

Town started the second half well and levelled the score when Wells from 12 yards.

Half way through the second half Town took the lead through a Jamie Harrison header at the far post. Town tried to clear a cross into the box and Walsham duly equalised.

With time running out Speller scored his second of the game to give Wymondham the three points.


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