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James Hall on target as Cambridge City draw with Dunstable Town




James Hall, right, found the net for Cambridge City. Picture: Rich Marsham
James Hall, right, found the net for Cambridge City. Picture: Rich Marsham

Lilywhites stretch unbeaten run to three games

James Hall scored for Cambridge City as they earned a 1-1 draw at Dunstable Town in Evo-Stik League South, Division One Central.

The Lilywhites made the breakthrough on the brink of half time, with Hall slotting home from close range after Lewis Whitehead’s ball into the box.

Dunstable grabbed their equaliser in the 53rd minute.

A poor clearance from City keeper Liam Gooch was seized upon by Daniel Trif to find the net.

Ebby Nelson-Addy went closest to getting a winner for City, but after sliding the ball past the Dunstable keeper, his effort went just wide of the post.

The result denied City the chance of making it three league wins in a row, but they will be hoping to continue their unbeaten run this weekend.

The Lilywhites, who are are sixth in the table, face 11th-placed Yaxley at home on Saturday (October 6).





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