Penn & Tylers climb up

FOOT­BALL

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

HAV­ING sat in the bot­tom two for most of the sea­son, Penn & Tylers Green are up to the heady heights of 10th in Hel­lenic League Di­vi­sion One East fol­low­ing Satur­day’s 3-1 win at Head­ing­ton Am­a­teurs.

But they had to do it the hard way, go­ing down to 10 men af­ter Jonathan Feaver was sent off af­ter tan­gling with the home keeper in the first half.

Nev­er­the­less, a Danny Jor­dan bel­ter gave Penn a half time lead, be­fore a fine solo ef­fort from Chris Hurst, who ran from half­way while drib­bling around a whole army of op­po­si­tion play­ers, dou­bled it af­ter the break.

The hosts, who then had a man sent off too, pulled back a late con­so­la­tion, but only af­ter Hurst had made it 3-0 with a more sim­plis­tic tap-in this time.

Neigh­bours Chal­font Wasps re­main rock bot­tom af­ter los­ing 4-0 at home to Hen­ley Town.

They visit Wok­ing­ham & Em­brook on Satur­day, while Penn host Cookham Dene in the Wy­combe Se­nior Cup.

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