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Town suffer defeat

In the Premier Division HENLEY TOWN, who hadn’t played a game for three weeks, went down to a 3-0 defeat away at COLEY PARK.

Henley, who could only field 10 men at kick-off, fell behind early on but despite the set back did not drop their heads and continued to show fight and were unlucky not to equalise when a shot from just outside the box was cleared off the line.

In the second half Henley came to close equalising when a Charlie Douglas header clipped the post and went out for a goal kick.

Henley’s next chance fell to Sam Earl whose volley was goal-bound but was blocked by a Coley defender.

As the game opened up and Henley chased the equaliser they were caught on the break and Coley managed to squeeze home a second goal.

With five minutes of the match remaining the home side netted again to wrap up the scoring.

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