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11.03.2017 at 15:00 Attendance: 326
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Enfield Town
Referee: Daniel Cook Ryman Premier League-match

Goalscorers
Ian Miller (63)
OG (1)
Harold Joseph (12)
Samir Bihmoutine (29)
Opening squads
Danny Gay
Keiran Morphew
Jake Dye
Ian Miller
Darryl Coakley
Cameron Norman
Billy Clark
Luke Ingram
Billy Holland
Jack Simmons
John Sands
Nathan McDonald
Jon Muleba
Ricky Gabriel
Harold Joseph
Mark Kirby
Billy Crook
Mickey Parcell
Nathan Livings
Karl Oliyide
Dernell Wynter
Samir Bihmoutine
Substitutes
Nathan Munson
Joe Whight
Will Crisell
Reece Dobson
Kem Izzet
Bradley Quinton
Tyler Campbell
Percy Kiangebeni
Bobby Devyne
Substitutions
Kem Izzet -> Billy Clark (56)
Reece Dobson -> Billy Holland (56)
Will Crisell -> Jack Simmons (56)
Bradley Quinton - Nathan Livings (80)
Bobby Devyne - Dernell Wynter (88)
Yellow cards
Cameron Norman
Nathan Livings
Bradley Quinton
Red cards
None. None
Match report
Three Enfield Town goals in a crushing 30 minute spell leaves Needham with plenty of work to do in their quest for a play-off place.

The visitors were the quickest out of the blocks and took the lead in the opening minute of the game.
Karl Oliyides strike deflecting off Kieran Morphew and leaving Danny Gay helpless in the Needham goal.

The lead was doubled on 12 minutes through Harold Joseph. After a bright period of possession, Joseph leapt the highest in the penalty area to score.

On 27, the hosts registered their first attempt on goal through Cameron Norman.

Matters were to go from bad to worse as The Towners added a third goal on 29 minutes. Playmaker Billy Crooks ball sent through Samir Bihmoutine. Having been denied by Gay initially, Bihmoutine made no mistake from the rebound.

Half Time: Needham Market 0-3 Enfield Town

Manager Morsley made a triple substitution early in the second half and without doubt this made The Martketmen improve. Ian Miller scored from close range on 63 minutes and it appeared a come back could be on the cards.

John Sands header struck the woodwork and substitute Reece Dobson fired wide. However, the Enfield defence stood firm and could have notched a further goal to their own tally.

Full Time: Needham Market 1-3 Enfield Town

Needham put their league affiliations to one side on Wednesday evening when they face Leiston in the Suffolk Premier Cup semi finals. The match is to be played at Woodbridge Town FC.

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