Change:  
29.10.2016 at 15:00 Attendance: 205
NMFC
2 - 0
Wroxham
Referee: Thomas Hancock FA Trophy / 1st Qualifying Round-match

Goalscorers
John Sands (57)
Ollie Snaith (84)
None
Opening squads
Danny Gay
Jake Dye
Ian Miller
Joe Whight
Sam Nunn
Reece Dobson
Billy Holland
Kem Izzet
Jack Curtis
Luke Ingram
John Sands
Elliot Pride
Charlie Norman
Liam Clayton
Matthew Cook
Ben Lewis
Matthew Halliday
Cruise Nyadzayo
Cassimiro Datacampol
Ross Gilfedder
James Baughurst
Jack Guyton
Substitutes
Nathan Munson
Ollie Snaith
Callum Harrison
Ollie Fenn
Manny Osei
Marcus Wilkinson
Daniel Rogers
Davillian Katabana
Adam Plumstead
Substitutions
Callum Harrison -> Billy Holland (58)
Ollie Snaith -> Jack Curtis (80)
Ollie Fenn -> Kem Izzet (85)
Marcus Wilkinson - Cruise Nyadzayo (71)
Davillian Katabana - James Baughurst (78)
Daniel Rogers - jack Guyton (84)
Yellow cards
Sam Nunn
None
Red cards
None. None
Match report
The Marketmen welcomed the Yachtsmen to Bloomfields as both Ryman Members put their respective League campaigns aside for this Buildbase FA Trophy 1st Qualifying Round encounter.

The hosts had the first of the early chances when Luke Ingrams cross was headed over the crossbar by John Sands.

On 14 minutes Wroxham had a good chance of their own from a corner but the header was off target.

With 23 minutes played, Sands saw his header well saved to keep the score level before Ingram was once again in the action as his shot was wide of the post.

Half Time: Needham Market 0-0 Wroxham

After the interval and it was The Reds who were on the front foot. Sands capitalised on a mix up in the Wroxham defence before firing hard and low into the goal to give Needham the lead on 57 minutes.

Substitute Ollie Snaith replaced Jack Curtis and he doubled the home sides lead. It was Snaiths first goal for the club and it sealed their progression through to the next round.

Full Time: Needham Market 2-0 Wroxham

Match Sponsors: JOHN HARVEY selected Needhams MOTM JOHN SANDS

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