Bradenham fielded a much changed side, apparently due to a number of players being unavailable, and visitors Hindringham ended up convincing winners. The first half was an evenly fought affair with the visitors going ahead when,on 36 mins, home keeper Scott tried to clear with what ended up being an air-shot, leaving the Hindringham forward with a gaping goal to open the scoring. The lead proved to be short lived however when, 0n 38 mins , Bradenham’s  LIAM STOCKELL hit a spectacular volley into the corner of the net from outside the area.

H T  1-1.

The first half had been lacking in any real excitement , but as the second half wore on, it became clear that the visitors were showing more desire and determination to win both the ball and the match. The half started with Spalding shooting just over, but on 62 mins  the visitors went ahead again when home keeper Scott hit the ball straight to an opposing forward, who had an open goal and scored with ease. On 74 mins Scott made a fine save from another visitors’ effort, and at the other end Cross hit a free kick which the Hindringham keeper saved at the second attempt. The last few minutes proved to be a disaster for the hosts as the visting strikers found it easy to add to their score with further goals in the 85th, 88th and 89th minutes. This result is somewhat puzzling as Bradenham had recently achieved wins against several of the top teams in their division.

F T  1-5.

Report by Brian Mason