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Town aim to hit back
12:20pm Friday 1st November 2013 in Football
MALVERN Town suffered one of their heaviest defeats in recent times with an 8-1 home thrashing by Wednesfield in the West Midlands Football League Premier Division.
It was Malvern’s fourth straight league defeat and leaves them fifth-from-bottom ahead of tomorrow’s trip to sixth-placed Shawbury United (3pm).
Manager Les Jones, who was missing defenders Jamie Thomas, Andy Fletcher and Joe Endacott through injury and work commitments, said: “It was just a blip as much as anything.
“Wednesfield had five new very good players and we had some missing. They were very good and we were below-par.
“It was frustrating, I can’t remember us conceding that many goals since I’ve been here.”
Defender Joe Leighton, defensive midfielder Reece King and striker James Lush could all return to face Shawbury.
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