Dunkeswell in seventh heaven as Seatyn Town Reserves are seen off

PUBLISHED: 19:40 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 19:40 01 October 2014

Dunkeswell Rovers were 7-1 winners over Seaton Town Reserves in a Fresha league Division seven game, writes Jamie Berry

The Dunks were boosted by an early goal from Jake Pulman, but then became sloppy in their approach and were punished with the visitors levelling up.

The equaliser proved to be the ‘wake-up’ the home side needed and they were swiftly back in front when Jacob Cobb White headed home.

Cobb White bagged another before a goal from Ryan Pike put the Dunks 4-1 up.

Further goals duly arrived from Dan Matthews, Brad Morris and a super strike from Charlie Stephenson.

The game marked the final appearance after many years of service for the club by goalkeeper Sean Cowley who has decided to hang up his gloves! He is certainly going to be missed and he departs with many thanks from the club for his loyal service to the cause. The win leaves the Dunks eighth in the table. Next up is Saturday’s football Express Cup tie in Exeter at the Hamlin Lane home of Priory (2.30pm).


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