Trimingham Pilgrims share spoils in exciting game with leaders Schoolhouse

PUBLISHED: 09:38 01 February 2018

Ryan Beeson scored two goals for Trimingham Pilgrims as they drew 3-3 with leaders Schoolhouse. Picture: Charlotte Crane

Ryan Beeson scored two goals for Trimingham Pilgrims as they drew 3-3 with leaders Schoolhouse. Picture: Charlotte Crane


Trimingham Pilgrims were at home to league leaders Schoolhouse and recorded a 3-3 draw.

The visitors scored after five minutes and had doubled it by the 10th but manager Antoni Fawkes rearranged his line-up and Pilgrims gradually settled.

By the hour mark there had been no further score when Tyrone Bowles played a long ball to Ryan Beeson, who outstripped his marker and scored with a low right foot drive. Two minutes later Pilgrims cleared a Schoolhouse corner, Jack Crane took possession and exchnaged passes with Andrew Hubbard, who finished with a low left foot shot.

With two minutes left Chris Winterbone took a throw on the left, George Crane moved the ball on to brother Jack who let fly with a fierce shot. The ball rattled the bar and Beeson was on hand to despatch the rebound to give his side the lead. Schoolhouse attacked from the restart and were awarded a penalty which they converted to make it 3-3.

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