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This day in history for Wisbech Town FC

1963: A long trek to South Wales to play Merthyr Tydfil in a Southern League Premier
Division fixture.

Two chances, two goals, and two points – that just about summed up the game. The Welshmen had far more of the play, but it’s goals that count and Wisbech got them.

The first came after only three minutes from the first shot of the game. Harry Noon sent a 40-yard pass clean through the Merthyr defence and Alan Morton picked it up and rounded the keeper to fire into an empty net.

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