Soham Soundly Beaten At Arlesey

PUBLISHED: 11:22 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

SOHAM Town Rangers sluggish start to the season continued on Tuesday evening as they lost out 3-1 at Arlesey Town. The Greens were outplayed by their polished opponents for much of the contest and found themselves three goals down in just 60 minutes befo

SOHAM Town Rangers' sluggish start to the season continued on Tuesday evening as they lost out 3-1 at Arlesey Town.

The Greens were outplayed by their polished opponents for much of the contest and found themselves three goals down in just 60 minutes before mustering a late consolation from Luke Hipwell.

The home side opened their account after 29 minutes through Moses Olalaye with Natahan Frater adding a quick fire brace after half-time. Hipwell's consolation came after 71 minutes after the youngster latched on to a Dubi Ogbonna through ball to net.


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