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Bromyard sink Town
11:38am Friday 23rd August 2013 in Sport
BROMYARD Town moved up to third in the West Midlands Football League Premier Division with a 3-1 home win over local rivals Malvern Town.
Malvern’s defending let them down as they fielded their fourth keeper in as many games.
But Bromyard’s stand-in keeper, player-manager Alex Taffe, was called upon first to make a fourth-minute stop.
The visitors moved the ball around well but lacked the killer pass until they went ahead on 39 minutes through Reece King’s curling shot.
Malvern controlled much of the first-half with Lee Hooper and King going close.
But their latest keeper Aaron Thomasson was beaten three times in the second-half.
Devon Smith equalised for Bromyard on 59 minutes before substitute George Coley netted twice in eight minutes.
He fired home from 25 yards in the 71st minute and added another at the back post.
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