Top flight status hopes forlorn

PUBLISHED: 15:27 19 February 2009 | UPDATED: 08:31 18 June 2010

Beer Albion went down to another narrow defeat, beaten 2-1 at Clyst Valley, and with just 10 games left the situation regarding preserving their top flight status looks forlorn.

Beer Albion went down to another narrow defeat, beaten 2-1 at Clyst Valley, and with just 10 games left the situation regarding preserving their top flight status looks forlorn.Next up for the Fishermen is a trip to Bickleigh and they really need to bring something back from the Mid Devon visit. Beer Albion Reserves were involved in a game of 10 goals at Furzebrake. The Fishermen netted four thanks to a hat-trick from Rob Adkin and one from Owen Clarke but visitors Hemyock hit half a dozen. Albion's John Maughton said: "Hemyock are a very good side and extremely powerful in the final third. "A real positive for us is that we scored four times.


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