Wroxham leave it late again
Harwich & Parkston 0, Wroxham 1A sensational winning goal in the fifth minute of time added on secured three vital points for the Yachtsmen.And with Needham Market only drawing at Norwich United, Damian Hilton's men still have a faint chance of a Ridgeons Premier top two finish, writes Roy Webster.
Harwich & Parkston 0, Wroxham 1
A sensational winning goal in the fifth minute of time added on secured three vital points for the Yachtsmen.
And with Needham Market only drawing at Norwich United, Damian Hilton's men still have a faint chance of a Ridgeons Premier top two finish, writes Roy Webster.
Chances fell at either end in a dour game at Harwich where Wroxham lost centre back Josh Carus with an injury before the break.
The referee was checking his stopwatch when Steve Harley delivered a thunderous 28-yarder that flew into the top right hand corner of the net to keep the travelling faithful's hopes alive.
Following Tuesday night's sensational victory, Wroxham have to beat Mildenhall on Saturday to keep their hopes alive of a top two finish.
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They also have to win their other remaining games at Woodbridge and Mildenhall and Ipswich Wanderers at home.