Hares beat themselves

March Town United 0, Great Yarmouth Tn 4

Same result, same performance as the Hares crashed 4-0 for the second Thurlow Nunn League Division One game running on Saturday.

March boss Paul Crosbie said: “It was embarrassing.

“The one team I fear in this league is ourselves. We had four straight losses which were close and since beating need I don’t know what has happened.

“Every now and then you want a little break. It wasn’t the referee’s fault but two basic decisions went against us, but it didn’t cost us – we cost us.

“Their first goal was appalling.

“We cleared a corner and three of their lads were offside, and one of them put the ball in the net after they hit the bar.

“They also got a penalty which was inexplicable.

“The lino gave it, not the referee, for a foul but there was no contact – the lad fell over.

“We had two fit centre-halves with Lewis Cook going off with a hamstring injury after 15 minutes.”

Sean White and Paul Richardson, who came on for Cook, had good chances to score in reply.

March: Collett, G White, Lemmon, Cook, Hipwell, Gibbons, Jackson, Thompson, McKenna, S White, Darlow. Subs: Richardson, Blanchflower, Dunlop.

Crosbie needs to pick the side up because tonight they travel to Fakenham Town, who beat Sudbury Res 10-0 in Division One on Saturday.

They then host an FA Vase Second Round Qualifying tie with Godmanchester Rovers next Saturday.

Crosbie added: “We have work doubts over Sean White, Jon Gibbons – who was excellent on Saturday – and Ash Blanchflower who has a college game, which takes priority.”