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Cambridge’s six-match winning run is brought to an end by Caldy in National League One



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Cambridge were beaten by Caldy in National League One. Picture: Keith Heppell
Cambridge were beaten by Caldy in National League One. Picture: Keith Heppell

Cambridge’s six-match winning run in National League One was brought to an end at Caldy.

It was a clash between two of the sides in the top five, with Caldy in second and Cambridge in fifth, and looking to make amends for surrendering a lead to be held by the Wirrall-based side at home earlier in the season.

It was a determined defensive display from the hosts that kept Cambridge at bay, with the only points of the first half coming in the 13th minute through Ben Jones’ penalty.

Six minutes into the second half, Jones landed another kick from 40m to make it 6-0 to Caldy. In the 65th minute, a driving maul earned Caldy another penalty which Jones slotted through the posts, and it finished 9-0 to the hosts.

The result sees Cambridge slip to sixth in the table, while Caldy closed the gap on leaders Rosslyn Park to just four points.

Cambridge host Chinnor this Saturday (February 26), kick off 2pm.



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