Four-midable Orwell sitting pretty at the top
Orwell 4 Mott MacDonald 1 ORWELL dominated this encounter straight from the off and were unlucky not to finish the game with more goals in the ""for"" column. Chay Wilson put his side ahead but his teammates weren t able to add to this despite hitting the
Orwell 4 Mott MacDonald 1
ORWELL dominated this encounter straight from the off and were unlucky not to finish the game with more goals in the "for" column.
Chay Wilson put his side ahead but his teammates weren't able to add to this despite hitting the woodwork on numerous occasions.
Disappointing to go in at the break only one goal to the good, Chris Haynes' side were dealt a blow when the visitors equalised during a five minute spell of pressure.
It was the only spell MacDonald had and a change to three at the back allowed Orwell to push more players forward and they got the reward with goals from Marcus Wadey-Leblond and a brace from Dale Wilson.
"We could have had more and should have, but we're really happy that we got the three points," said Haynes, whose side now sits prettily at the top of BIS 3A.
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