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Fram advance in Vase


By Sport Diss


Framlingham Town showed good character to pick up their first win of the season on Saturday.

Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Sinedine Prado-Rodriguez celebrates scoring a goal. ..Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916577)
Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Sinedine Prado-Rodriguez celebrates scoring a goal. ..Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916577)

The Castlemen, who have lost their first five games in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division, recovered from two goals down to beat Wisbech St Mary in the first qualifying round of the FA Vase.

No goals were scored during the opening 45 minutes at Badingham Road, but lower-league Wisbech put that right shortly after the restart.

Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Cyrus Thorpe...Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916574)
Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Cyrus Thorpe...Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916574)

Ben Coe broke the deadlock in the 46th minute, with Aidan Sewell adding a second goal 11 minutes later to put the away side in control.

However, Framlingham rallied and managed to haul themselves through, courtesy of goals from Cyrus Thorpe, Matt Aldis and substitute Sinedine Prado Rodriguez in the last half an hour.

Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Alex Ling..Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916566)
Framlingham, Suffolk. 01 September 2018 ..Football action from Football - Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary in the FA Vase - Alex Ling..Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. (3916566)

Liam Abraham’s men will also be at home against lower-league opposition in the next round when Swaffham Town will be their visitors on September 15.

Of more immediate concern to Framlingham will be tomorrow’s trip to Norwich United as they look to pick up their first league points of the season (3pm).



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