Ryman One North: Chatham Town 2 Wroxham 3

10:46 27 October 2014

Jordan King scored for Wroxham at Chatham Town. 

Jordan King scored for Wroxham at Chatham Town. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

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Wroxham consolidated their grip on fifth place as they came from behind to down a spirited Chatham Town.

Kick-off was delayed by 30 minutes as heavy traffic held up the Yachtsmen on their longest trip of the season, but it didn’t affect the away side as another early goal – something that has epitomised their season so far – gave them the lead as Danny White connected with Christy Finch’s ball in to fire home on 11 minutes.

The hosts restored parity just after the half-hour mark, and then went 2-1 up a minute after the half-time break.

Wroxham responded in kind, Jordan King getting Stewart Larter’s men back on level terms on 58 minutes, nodding in at the back post from Finch’s ball in.

And Wroxham’s mercurial front-man then got in on the goal scoring action two minutes later to turn the game on its head.


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