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Guard win in 13-goal thriller

Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press
Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press

Bury Town Rams A lost 7-6 at Home Guard in Division One.

On target for Guard were Jamie Barclay (4), Callum Brown (3) and Clayton Dyer with Justin Farrow (4), Adam Underwood and Jordan Roberts replying, writes Bill Tinkler.

Westbury United shared the spoils with Stanton Reserves in a 1-1 draw. Rob Ellis netted for Stanton, Adam Cornish was the United goalscorer.

St Edmunds defeated Wortham 3-2 thanks to a brace from Darren Brill and one from Carl Cage. Tom Mayhew and Matt Garrod netted for Wortham.

In Division Two, Black Boys entertained Bury Town Rams B. The hosts took all three points with a 4-2 home win thanks to goals from Will Frost, Phil Cowlan, Charlie Good and Macauley Delo. Matt Hawkins and Chris Thompson netted for Rams.

RF Saints thrashed Elmswell Reserves 6-1 where Iain Walker (2), Lee Sayer and captain Luke Frammingham with a hat-trick on target. Mark Sutton scored for Elmswell.

Trunk won 6-2 at Thurston, where Nathan Baird (3), Liam Green (2) and Pete Miller found the back of the net. Martin Bennett and Dan Wright replied.

Division Three leaders Vipers beat Bury Wanderers Reserves 11-2 thanks to goals from Jutty Nunn and Callum Dove with four goals each, Gary Cox (2) and Aaron Marsden.James Alderman (2) scored for Wanderers.

Ash Forbes, Haydn Davies, Rob Silcox, Matt Parker, Toby Stewart, Josh Guest and Chris Caley scored as Walsham le Willows B won 7-0 at Beck Row.


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