By Cecelia Bebbington - 15th October 2012 5:02pm
Audlem Hammers played Alsager Gunners yesterday and what a tense, nail biting game it was.
They scored the first goal within 10 minutes and immediately after we equalised, but unfortunately it was disallowed. Within minutes to go before half time we managed to equalise again.
In the second half, we had the lion's share of the possession and scored another goal, that was over the line but missed by the ref. Then they managed to score another when the ball had gone out of play.
It all ended in a very disappointing 4-1 defeat, which no one could believe!
Dave Bebbington, the manager says: "You would have to have seen it to believe it"
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