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Bedford buried as City power on
Posted by Webmaster
Dec 26, 2017, 15:37

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It looked like the fates were against City, losing their keeper with 70 minutes still to go, then going behind to a penalty soon after. However, yet again this City side showed their resilience by taking the game by the scruff of the neck and ably assisted by a dogged defensive display and a fine James Hall hattrick, provided a very happy Christmas for their fans. Ryan Sharman and Jordan Williams were also on target as City cruised to an emphatic win... Report

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