Marske’s magic act at Dy­namo

Sunday Sun - - Football -

MARSKE United re­main firmly in the Evo-Stik NPL East pro­mo­tion hunt af­ter a dom­i­nant dis­play gave them all three points at Lough­bor­ough Dy­namo.

The Seasiders have eased into life at step four of the non-league pyra­mid and this was an­other im­pres­sive show to keep them in be­hind Mor­peth Town at the top end of the ta­ble.

They took their time to get go­ing but once they did they blew away their hosts.

The dead­lock was bro­ken just af­ter the half-hour mark as in­flu­en­tial mid­fielder Craig Gott calmly stroked home a penalty.

Three min­utes later the lead was dou­bled thanks to a goal from cen­tre­back Adam Wheat­ley.

The two-goal lead re­mained place un­til just be­fore the hour.

The im­pres­sive Cal­lum Martin was the cre­ator as his cor­ner-kick found Josh Row­botham and the de­fender made no mis­take from close range.

There were 65 min­utes on the clock when Matty Wa­ters con­tin­ued his fine in form by adding a fourth goal to end any thoughts of a comeback from the hosts.

The Seasiders con­tin­ued to dom­i­nate pos­ses­sion in the clos­ing stages with­out adding to their four-goal haul but can re­flect on a job well done.

The three points keeps last sea­son’s North­ern League cham­pi­ons eight points be­hind Mor­peth, although Carl Jar­rett’s side do hold a game in hand over the High­way­men.

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