Hindringham score seven against 10-man Cromer

Action from Hindringham's big win over Cromer Town on Saturday. Picture: Ronnie Heyhoe

Action from Hindringham's big win over Cromer Town on Saturday. Picture: Ronnie Heyhoe - Credit: Archant

Hindringham entertained bottom-of-the-league Cromer Town who could only field 10 players due to some late call-offs.

The hosts started brightly and the first goal came inside the first five minutes when Hudson cut inside to finish on his right foot.

They then scored again when a floated cross saw West head home.

Two goals followed just before half-time, with Bammant hitting a great strike from the edge of the area and Lawlor finding the net with a cross-cum-shot.

Hindringham made all three subs at half-time and came out firing in the second half with Broughton and Clarke adding to the scoreline. Broughton then scored his second after a lovely delivery found him six yards from goal.


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Credit should go to Cromer who kept going throughout the whole match despite the scoreline.

Hindringham have another home game on Saturday against Attleborough (2pm).

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