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Foulsham among the goals

PUBLISHED: 15:41 26 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:17 16 September 2010

Foulsham opened their Anglian Combination season with great wins by both the first and reserve teams, with a total of 17 goals with 10 different players getting on the scoresheets.

Foulsham opened their Anglian Combination season with great wins by both the first and reserve teams, with a total of 17 goals with 10 different players getting on the scoresheets.

The first team beat Sprowston Wanderers 10-1 at the Guist Road Playing Field, with six of the 10 goals coming from Ben Darby. Simon Prior (2), George Abbott and James Woodhouse were the other scorers.

Craig Knowles played a major part with the final passes in six of the goals, and Steven Piper played in goal while Mark Bidewell was on his honeymoon.

For the reserves it was Jamie Paling, Oli Bamforth, Paul Sizer, James Tuddenham, Luke Sheppey, Oli Medlar (penalty) and Ben Darby who beat Thorpe Village Reserves 7-1 away at Thorpe.

The Foulsham Ladies have conceded 25 goals, however.

In a home friendly with Great Yarmouth Ladies the score of

11-2 was an improvement from the previous game.

Nina Batchelor scored a great goal into the top corner and there was another individual goal for Jess Shand.

Once again the girls aged from 16 to 50, had great fun on the field and after with a barbecue with the Great Yarmouth Ladies and supporters.

Thanks went to everyone who came to support, it really makes the day more special.


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