Fishermen edged out in nail-biter!

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Despite being in front for most of the match, Beer Albion, in desperate need of league points, went down 4-3 in a nail-biter at Clyst Valley on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Centre back, Joe Adkin, received his marching orders early in the first half for two bookings both of which appeared somewhat harsh!

Despite this, the Fishermen led 2-0 at half-time through Seth Wakeley and Jacob Clode.

Clyst Valley pulled the scores level with two strikes early in the second half.

But 10-man Beer went 3-2 ahead through Josh Harrison, only to be thwarted by twoinjury-time goals from the home side in the 92nd and 95th minutes.


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