Mini Collapse Proves Costly For Towns Second String

Mini Collapse Proves Costly For Towns Second String

Beverley Town Reserves suffered a heavy defeat losing 5 – 1 in the .

After last weekend’s disappointing bore draw in the derby with the Lord Nelson Manager would have been looking for a response from his players, one he almost got.

Going into the match, Grady was forced to shuffle his squad due to the number of players not being available for selection for the trip to United.

Despite fielding a weakened side Town remained in the game and with just 15 minutes to play were only one goal down, Town’s effort coming from Adam Gibson.

A mini collapse followed as Wawne ran out comfortable winners 5 – 1 winners with goals from Matty Cartwright and Nathan Walker, who scored twice each while former Hodgsons FC player also found the back of the town’s net.

Victory keeps Wawne top of the East Riding County League while Beverley find themselves seventh place some nine points behind the leaders.

Grady will again face some selection headaches this weekend as his side face Howden in the ERCFA Intermediate Cup, but the manager is frantically working behind the scenes to bring in new faces ahead of the match.

Final Score: Wawne Ferry United Reserves 5 Beverley Town Reserves 1

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