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Woodbridge Town 0 Swaffham Town 3

PUBLISHED: 23:20 19 November 2014 | UPDATED: 23:20 19 November 2014

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane, Jamie Buhlemann lets fire as Dylan Edge looks on. Picture: Eddie Deane

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane, Jamie Buhlemann lets fire as Dylan Edge looks on. Picture: Eddie Deane

Eddie Deane

Swaffham Town swept to an impressive victory over Woodbridge Town to move up to second place in the Thurlow Nunn First Division.

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane. Picture: Eddie DeaneAction from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane. Picture: Eddie Deane

The Pedlars got off to a great start in the 11th minute when Matthew Castellan rose unchallenged to head home and the visitors doubled their lead early in the second period through Alex Vincent.

The Woodpeckers dug deep in the second half though and Swaffham only put the seal on victory three minutes from time through Joe Jackson’s classy finish. Swaffham are without a game this Saturday and their next fixture is against Wroxham at home in the Norfolk Senior Cup next Tuesday, kick-off 7.45pm.

They then have a massive home tie against top-of-the-table Saffron Walden Town the following Saturday.

Back at a foggy Shoemakers Lane, the Reserves came back from being 2-0 down to beat Hemsby 4-3. The goals came from Isaac Linford, Alex Havers, Stephen Aspery and Jamie Buhlemann. Next Saturday they travel to Blofield United Reserves.

Action from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane, Ahmed Rhaouti on the ball. Picture: Eddie DeaneAction from Swaffham Town Reserves' 4-3 win against Hemsby Town at Shoemakers Lane, Ahmed Rhaouti on the ball. Picture: Eddie Deane

The Under 18s played out a high scoring game last Thursday as they lost 5-3 to Newmarket Town.

Swaffham Town Football Club have launched a ‘100 Club’ to raise funds for the club.

Anyone interested in joining, please contact Paul Annakin (01760 724884). November winners were Mark Lanchbury (£75) and Keith Blowers (£25).

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