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Haverhill Borough 3 Swaffham Town 0

PUBLISHED: 17:50 28 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:50 28 October 2014

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 3-0 defeat to Long Stratton Reserves in the Norfolk Junior Cup, with Isaac Linford pictured on the attack for Swaffham. Picture: Eddie Deane

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 3-0 defeat to Long Stratton Reserves in the Norfolk Junior Cup, with Isaac Linford pictured on the attack for Swaffham. Picture: Eddie Deane

Eddie Deane

Swaffham Town first team and reserves both went down to disappointing 3-0 defeats last weekend.

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 3-0 defeat to Long Stratton Reserves in the Norfolk Junior Cup, with Loui Hockton pictured in full flow for Swaffham. Picture: Eddie DeaneAction from Swaffham Town Reserves' 3-0 defeat to Long Stratton Reserves in the Norfolk Junior Cup, with Loui Hockton pictured in full flow for Swaffham. Picture: Eddie Deane

The first team lost out at Haverhill Borough in the league whilst the reserves were undone by Long Stratton in the Norfolk Junior Cup.

Both games had little to get excited about from a Swaffham perspective and the poor playing surface at New Croft made it difficult to play a passing brand of football.

Paul Hunt’s squad have a period to rest, recover and review as they are without a fixture this Saturday. The reserves are back to normal business, at home to Costessey Sports in the league, kick off 2.30pm.

In better news the Under 18s enjoyed a well-fought 3-2 victory away to Soham Town Rangers on Wednesday.

This Thursday they are home to Fakenham Town, kick off 7.45pm.

The Hospital Cup commenced last week as Sporle took the initiative, beating Gayton 2-1 in a well matched and entertaining fixture. This week sees a break for the competition with the action due to start again on November 4 when Necton take on Narborough before Great Massingham entertain Swaffham Town on November 6.

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