Paul’s brace leads Nomads to sweet win
11:40am Thursday 27th February 2014 in Sport
PAUL Hannon scored twice to secure Neyland a comfortable victory over rock bottom Hundleton.
The score was level at 2-2 at half-time, but three unanswered goals by The Nomads in the second period saw them run out comfortable victors.
Henry Durrant scored with a fine left foot strike that gave the visitors the lead in the 20th minute.
Geraint Lewis’ deflected shot squared things before Jason Donahoe put the hosts in front with a neat header, but Sean Hannon nodded home Joe Craxford’s cross to level it.
Three minutes after the interval and Paul Hannon struck his sides third, the striker then lobbed a header from the edge of the box over stranded keeper Dan Griffiths for the fourth.
Substitute Ashley Hutchings put the icing on the cake when he added the fifth two minutes from the end with an easy tap-in.
Hundleton: Dan Griffiths, Rhodri Davies, Jonny Hay, Shaun Donahoe, Jack Richards, Jason Donahoe, Marc Edwards, Ben Hathaway, Geraint Lewis, Thomas Powell, Craig Manning. Subs: Jamie Stanley, Lloyd Wilson.
Neyland: Patrick Hughes, Jarred Campbell, Joe Craxford, Sean Hannon, Nicholas Koomen, Jeremy Evans, Nathan Warlow, Mike Chandler, Paul Hannon, Niall Day, Henry Durrant. Subs: Ashley Hutchings.
Referee: Dean Boswell.
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