Wroxham undone by late goal

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

Wroxham celebrated 125 years of history before this match – but their poor form did not improve as they lost again.

The Yachtsmen took the lead on 20 minutes.

A long ball out wide found Armani Schaar who hit a first-time cross which was met on the half volley by new boy Connor Deeks from around the penalty spot. The ball went low into the left-hand side of the goal.

Wroxham continued to control the match and deservedly went into half-time ahead – unfortunately their hard work was undone two minutes into the second half. A long ball was knocked down, but Wroxham missed three chances to deal with the bouncing ball before it fell to Chinedu Mckenzie to finish.

Wroxham soaked up more and more pressure as the half wore on and on 90 minutes Nick Reynolds forced a clumsy challenge from Pride as he advanced, and before the referee could give a penalty, fellow sub Ayodeji Olukoga slotted into the net.

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