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Derek Ubah is the two-goal hero for Cambridge City in win over AFC Sudbury in BetVictor Isthmian League, North Division




Derek Ubah scored both of Cambridge City's goals in their win over AFC Sudbury. Picture: Richard Marsham/RMG Photography
Derek Ubah scored both of Cambridge City's goals in their win over AFC Sudbury. Picture: Richard Marsham/RMG Photography

Derek Ubah was the two-goal hero for Cambridge City as they clinched a 2-0 triumph over AFC Sudbury in the BetVictor Isthmian League, North Division.

The Lilywhites had the perfect response to a disappointing 4-1 defeat to Aveley in their previous match.

They were thankful to keeper Dan George in the early stages, as the City shot-stopper saved a 12th minute penalty from Sudbury’s Tom Maycock.

Defender Ubah headed home the first goal in the 21st minute to give City the lead and, although Sudbury hit the post, they maintained their one-goal advantage at half time.

It was a great start to the second half for the Lilywhites as Luke Knight’s free kick was met by Ubah, who made no mistake for his second goal of the afternoon.

Sudbury pushed for a way back into the game, but City stood strong to move up to 11th in the table.

City play host to Great Wakering Rovers this Saturday (December 14).



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