We've got to improve"" - Foxton boss

PUBLISHED: 16:38 29 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

Foxton 1 Girton United 1 FOXTON manager Andy Cambridge said he would be looking for a massive improvement in his team s next game after they scraped a late equaliser at home against Girton. On a windy day at Foxton rec the home side were quickly out of th

Foxton 1 Girton United 1

FOXTON manager Andy Cambridge said he would be looking for a massive improvement in his team's next game after they scraped a late equaliser at home against Girton.

On a windy day at Foxton rec the home side were quickly out of the blocks and had a couple of opportunities early on, but they soon lost their way.

Foxton struggled throughout the game against Girton's aerial threat and the away team went 1-0 up when s free kick was headed home by striker Andy Mee.

The second half began how the first had ended, with Girton once again on the attack.

If it had not been for the excellent Chamberlain, Girton would have easily taken all three points but the home team refused to give up.

With five minutes remaining they got their reward when substitute Nathan Davenport controlled an Ed Ranner pass, turned into space and booted the ball into the bottom corner.

Manager Andy Cambridge said: "After a bright start in the first ten minutes we really struggled to string a pass together and looked very flat in out play.

"Our 'keeper kept us in the game and we manager to snatch an equaliser late on, so over all I have to be pleased with a point from the game.

"I am now looking for a massive improvement next week."

Team: J Chamberlain, Tokley, Ranner, Handscombe, D Chamberlain, Wellstead, Webber, Hayden, Hoggarth, Lawrence, Fields. Subs Davenport, Ogilvie, Cambridge.

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