Success no surprise for Wanderers
Caister 2, Bradenham Wanderers 4
BRADENHAM gained a comfortable Anglian Combination Division One win in windy, difficult playing conditions.
Karl Bush put the visitors ahead after 10 minutes and Ricky Forder increased the lead before half-time with some good control and a well-struck shot.
The chance was created by a slick five-man move, which proved that good football was possible in the conditions.
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Wanderers remained in control at the start of the second half.
On 55 minutes they substituted Hancy and Spalding for Frost and Seabright, and on the hour mark Bush increased the lead to 3-0 with a well-hit shot.
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Caister had a spell in the ascendancy and created a 'game on' situation with a couple of goals, and it took until the 88th minute for Bradenham to seal a well deserved victory, when Forder rounded the keeper to slot home his second.
This was another solid, competent performance by a team who continue to surprise some with sixth-place position.
On Saturday, Bradenham entertain Horsford 2pm.