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04 April 2012 |

Second half Dobblers collapse leaves Dobblers grateful for a point

With an impressive six victories on the bounce this match against second division Harston Sundays looked on paper as if Dobblers would be in seventh heaven with another victory by the end of the match. But Harston were a decent side. With probably the best keeper weve seen and with half a dozen 6 plus players, Dobblers struggled to contain Harstons aerial dominance.

That said Dobblers dug in and two first half goals and plenty of chances meant Dobblers looked comfortable and appeared to be heading for victory. But the game swung in the second half with a penalty fairly awarded turning the tide. Although the penalty was missed Dobblers completly collapsed and minutes later a mix up in defence led to Harstons first goal a very soft and sloppy goal at that. Minutes later it was 2 - 2 and at this point a game where Dobblers looked comfortable left the Dobblers fighting for their lives. Thankfully the final whistle went and with results going Dobblers way a draw wasnt too bad. But with the cup final only two weeks away things must improve.

A few good performances this week, but man of the match goes to Matt the cat Dunn by a whisker from Tristan.

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