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Ditchingham Reserves   1   Hethersett     3 -   South Norfolk Sunday League

Hethersett travelled to Ditchingham without four of their key players. A changed side saw the team start hesitantly and It took 20 minutes before the team got into their stride.

A good break down the right wing saw Ed Gardiner give a perfect pass to Paul Martin, in space in the Ditchingham goal area. It looked like an open goal, but Paul put it wide. Hethersett continued to push forward and Chris Kerr opened the scoring after a fine corner, from Rob Pugh. Ditchingham had a few chances and Hethersett were lucky to go in at half time a goal in front.

 
Hethersett took the game to Ditchingham after the break as they tried to beat the offside trap.  After 15 minutes Paul Martin made up for his miss in the first half by scoring Hethersett's second goal, a well taken individual effort.

Credit to Ditchingham, who never gave up the chase and they were rewarded for their efforts with a shot that beat the Hethersett goalkeeper at his near post. Hethersett's immediate response was a well taken breakaway goal by Nick Setchell. Chances also fell to Andy Oliver who was playing in an unfamiliar attacking position and Tim Allenden suffering with flu, took over the attack from Paul Martin. In the last five minutes Mark Kerr made his debut for Hethersett, when he came on at right back, for the injured Martin Mowser.

 
A good team performance from Hethersett, with a victory that keeps them near the top of the table.