Penalty agony for Mildenhall
Cambs Invitation Cup Wisbech Town 0 Mildenhall Town 0 (Wisbech won 4-2 on penalties) MILDENHALL suffered penalty trauma at the quarter-final stage of the competition on Tuesday night. With Saturday s FA Vase match in mind, Mildenhall boss Trevor Munns op
Cambs Invitation Cup
Wisbech Town 0
Mildenhall Town 0
(Wisbech won 4-2 on penalties)
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MILDENHALL suffered penalty trauma at the quarter-final stage of the competition on Tuesday night.
With Saturday's FA Vase match in mind, Mildenhall boss Trevor Munns opted to rest several key players.
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After 120 minutes of football failed to find a goal, Mildenhall missed their first two penalties, with Gareth Simpson's shot well-saved and then substitute Paul Miles shooting well over.
Successful conversions from Wisbech's Luke Kennedy and Andy Lodge followed, before Wayne Goddard gave the visitors hope.
Martin McNeil made it 3-1 and when Coren Hardy pulled one back, Mildenhall were relying on a miss from Stuart Cobb, but the midfielder made no mistake.
- Mildenhall will be battling with Sherborne, of Division One of the Toolstation Western League, for a place in the last 16 of the FA Vase on Saturday. The match, at Recreation Way, starts at 3pm.