Ryman League North: Wroxham 3 Soham Town Rangers 0

Remy Gordon was on target for Wroxham during their 3-0 win against Soham Town Rangers. Picture: Denise Bradley Remy Gordon was on target for Wroxham during their 3-0 win against Soham Town Rangers. Picture: Denise Bradley

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
2:44 PM

Wroxham ended Soham Town Rangers’ 13 game unbeaten run in emphatic style with a dominating victory at Trafford Park.

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Remy Gordon was a constant threat with his pace down the left and he helped Wroxham take the lead after 23 minutes, racing onto Daniel Self’s through ball to dink over Callum McDermott, getting taken down in the process to win his side a penalty.

Joe Marsden stepped up with a 100pc record from the spot for the season, a run he kept intact with a composed effort.

Wroxham were on top and they doubled their lead after the break, some neat one touch football from Harty and Self putting in Gordon, who unleashed an unstoppable drive into the bottom corner from 20 yards.

And it wasn’t long before it was three, Marsden bagging his second after a superb 40 yard run from Harty allowed the midfielder to drive his strike across McDermott and into the bottom left corner with 25 minutes remaining.

It was Wroxham’s first victory in the league in eight games.

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