SEAG­ULLS SWOOP TO KNOCK OFF CON­CORD

The Non-League Football Paper - - NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH - By Jack Smith

WE­STON were cer­tainly Su­per yes­ter­day as they took the points in this crunch tie be­tween the two strug­gling sides.

A pair of calami­tous er­rors by the home side left them too much work to do in what was oth­er­wise a very close game.

Cameron Nor­man was robbed of the ball by Bradley Ash be­fore the striker slot­ted low past Bai­ley Vose.

Brighton loa­nee Vose was next to gift a goal. A wide clear­ance found Jamie Cham­ber­lain who beat James White and saw Vose can­ter­ing to­ward him in mid­field which left him the sim­ple task of pass­ing into an empty goal.

Con­cord had a glo­ri­ous chance to get straight back into the game with Steve Caw­ley be­ing played through on goal. His shot was stopped by the on rush­ing Luke Pur­nell.

We­ston took the game fur­ther away from their hosts as a quick counter at­tack was con­verted well by the late ar­rival of Gethyn Hill.

The Seag­ulls were look­ing for a quiet sec­ond half but with Con­cord chas­ing the game this proved un­likely. Caw­ley re­duced the ar­rears and gave his side a glim­mer of hope with a neat fin­ish to a slick right-sided move.

Jor­dan Chiedozie and late sub Tony Stokes probed but to no avail and Caw­ley had an­other gilt edged chance to score but blazed over. STAR MAN: Lloyd Humphries (We­ston-su­per-Mare) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT: ★★★★★

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