Hungerford FC gets Cambridge blues

on 12 December 2014.

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Hungerford Town FC slipped to eighth spot in the Southern League premier division after suffering a 2-1 loss to 13th placeholders Cambridge City in a stormy match at guest ground Histon.

After the excitement of a win over Truro and a celebration for Mark Draycott’s 100 goals tally, Hungerford suffered at the feet of East Thurrock in a 4-2 replay following a 1-1 drawn match and then went on to lose to Cambridge in a match which saw the Crusaders battling a powerful head wind throughout the second half.

It was striker James Clark (pictured) who struck with a goal to make it 2-1 but despite Smith missing a long shot and a Draycott header going wide Hungerford couldn’t manage an equaliser.

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