Gribble brace turns the game for Beer Reserves.

PUBLISHED: 16:25 30 August 2011

Beer Albion Reserves were good value for a 2-1 win at Dunkeswell Rovers.

Trailing 1-0 after 70 minutes, it was a Callum Gribble brace in the last twenty minutes that gave the Fishermen the points.

Joint team boss Ross Moughton, helped once again this season by Christopher Driver, said: “We were worthy winners. It was a decent all-round show in which goalkeeper Michael Westlake and debut making Ed Busby were outstanding.”

Busby joined the Fishermen from Colyton during the summer and led the line superbly up front. Beer were also playing without the influential Rob Adkin, still honeymooning in New Zealand.

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