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Winner proves elusive as Bury settle for draw

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EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

DIVISION FOUR

NORTH EAST

UEA II 1 Bury II 1

Bury’s second team were forced to settle for a share of the spoils after drawing at UEA in East League Division Four North East.

Bury dominated from the whistle, with Peter Skidmoor, Alex McCaffrey and Mac Macauly taking control of the game, with the latter opening the scoring.

In the second half, UEA came out stronger and responded with an immediate equaliser.

Bury went in search of the winner, but were denied as the match ended even.

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

DIVISION SIX NORTH EAST

Norwich City VI 2 Bury IV 1

Bury’s promotion hopes took a serious dent after suffering a narrow defeat away at Norwich.

For the first quarter of the game Bury dominated, but were unable to break down Norwich, who broke to break the deadlock.

The visitors regrouped after the break and levelled through Josh Phillips, 
only for Norwich to regain 
the lead after a defensive 
mistake, gifting the hosts victory.

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

DIVISION SIX NORTH EAST

Bury St Edmunds V 4

Sudbury IV 1

A disciplined display saw Bury overpower Sudbury to clinch an impressive victory.

With Adrian Moulam, John Grinham, Norman Ballard, Chris Blake and Kristian Jennings all performing strongly, Bury were soon into their passing game to dominate possession and territory.

The early pressure told as Moulam opened the scoring, but Sudbury recovered well to equalise shortly after.

However, Bury regained the initiative as Moulam struck again, before second-half goals from Grinham and Cameron Sealby sealed it.

EAST MEN’S LEAGUE

DIVISION FIVE

NORTH EAST

Bury III 3 Harleston VI 0

Despite a spirited display from the visitors, Bury proved too strong for Harleston.

In fact it was the Magpies who enjoyed the better first-half opportunities, with only a number of vital saves from Rob Shane keeping the scores level at the break.

However, a second-half blitz from the hosts with goals from Oli Heard, Keiran Williams, and Alex Heard transformed the match to send Bury second in the league.

 

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