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Hares manager Brett Whaley said conceding quick goals is a problem

By Pete Woodhouse

Three quick goals conceded meant March Town United lost their Thurlow Nunn League First Division North top-of-the-table clash at Mulbarton Wanderers on Saturday.

Mulbarton are in second spot, just a point behind leaders Harleston Town, and they proved just a bit too much for the fourth-position Hares, who are on 46 points from 24 games and are now two points adrift of Swaffham Town, who have two games in hand.

Hares manager Brett Whaley said: “If you concede three goals in 10 minutes you won’t get much from a game, and it’s a problem we’ve had all season.

March v Team Bury football action....Brett Whaley. (6832665)
March v Team Bury football action....Brett Whaley. (6832665)

“Massively disappointing that it’s happened again in such an important game and it’s something we need to improve on.”

Attendance: 78.

Wisbech St Mary suffered their third defeat in a row, 3-0 at seventh-placed Lakenheath, and had Thembelani Nkala dismissed.

Saints are fourth from bottom. Attendance: 91.

Next Saturday March entertain near-neighbours Downham Town, who are in eighth position. Wisbech St Mary have a trip into north-west Norfolk to Fakenham, who lie in sixth.


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