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15.04.2017 at 15:00 Attendance: 317
NMFC
2 - 1
Harrow Borough
Referee: Adrian Sannerude Ryman Premier League-match

Goalscorers
John Sands (8)
Darryl Coakley (78)
Joshua Webb (59)
Opening squads
Danny Gay
Darryl Coakley
Will Crisell
Sam Nunn
Keiran Morphew
Jake Dye
Callum Harrison
Kem Izzet
Jack Simmons
Luke Ingram
John Sands
Brendan Hazlett
Steve Brown
Andrew Lomas
Shaun Preddie
Michael Peacock
Lewis Ochoa
Michael Bryan
George Nicholas
Marc Charles-Smith
Will Turl
Alex Lafleur
Substitutes
Ian Miller
Joe Whight
Billy Clark
Billy Holland
Reece Dobson
Lheureux Menga
Jamel Lanzizi
Joshua Webb
Kurtis Cumberbatch
Substitutions
Reece Dobson -> John Sands (55)
Billy Holland -> Callum Harrison (60)
Ian Miller -> Will Crisell (73)
Joshua Webb - Alex Lafleur (55)
Lheureux Menga - Will Turl (63)
Kurtis Cumberbatch - George Nicholas (81)
Yellow cards
None. None
Red cards
None. None
Match report
Goals from John Sands and Darryl Coakley either side of a Joshua Webb equaliser means Needhams play-off dreams could still become reality with two league games remaining.

The Marketmen welcomed mid-table Harrow Borough to Bloomfields and infront of a strong crowd broke the deadlock after 8 minutes. Jack Simmonds cross was met by a bullet header from Sands which left Boro keeper Brendan Hazlett helpless.

The visitors captain Marc Charles-Smith looked lively as Harrow went in search of an equaliser.

Half Time: Needham Market 1-0 Harrow Borough

On 54 minutes, Michael Bryans cross was met by the head of Charles-Smith and deflected wide of the target. The hosts 1-0 lead was looking rather precarious at this moment.

Given their strong start to the second half it was of little surprise when Harrow equalised through Webb. A simple finish from close range on 59 minutes.

Moments after this, a nasty collision between Harrows Hazlett and Will Turl resulted in a small delay and enforced substitution.

Knowing that a win was of paramount importance, Needham pushed forward and took the game to the guests with 15 minutes remaining. Luke Ingrams cross was inch perfect for Kieron Morphews late run into the box. Agonisingly, his header rebounded off the crossbar and the danger cleared.

With the game evenly poised, Darryl Coakleys thunderous strike on 78 minutes gave Needham the lead for the second time. After Ingram was fouled, the resulting free kick was worthy of winning any game as Needham held their nerve to secure the win.

Full Time: Needham Market 2-1 Harrow Borough

Match Sponsors: TERRY & JANET INGRAM selected Needhams MOTM JACK SIMMONS


A crucial result for the hosts who now make the short trip to AFC Sudbury on Easter Monday. They then return to home soil when they entertain Billericay Town a week today for the last fixture of the league campaign.

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