Coggeshall Town got back to winning ways in the league with an impressive display against Haverhill Rovers. The West Street pitch was again looking in magnificent condition on a wet and windy evening. Coggeshall started very well and soon took control of the match dominating possession.The returning Danny Scott looked a real handful down the right-hand side, and it was a great run and cross from him that led to the opening goal with Jack Curtis scoring with a great strike from the edge of the penalty area. Coggeshall continued to press with Haverhill not offering much at the other end. Coggeshall were winning the midfield battle with Conor Hubble and George Cocklin setting the tempo of the match very high. Goal number two came just before the break after a good through ball set Nnamdi Nwachuku free to beat the last defender and round the keeper to double the home teams advantage. That was how the score stayed at half time which was a fair reflection of the game so far.
The second half started with ” The Town” looking even more dangerous with Kamal Guthmy now causing the Rovers defence lots of problems to. Guthmy was the provider of goal number 3 after he crossed well to the far post were Nwachuku was on hand again to slot the ball home from close range.Coggeshall continued to put Haverhill under a great deal of pressure with plenty of chances being created.Goal number 4 came on the hour and was a great finish, Danny Scott picked the ball up just inside the Haverhill half and with a determined run went past 2 Haverhill defenders before cutting inside to score with an excellent left foot shot into the far corner. It was one-way traffic now with Haverhill looking a beaten team and ” The Town ” looking like they could still score more. Goal 5 came from a corner that was swung in from Conor Hubble that skipper Luke Wilson rose highest from to head home with a powerful header. The scoring was finished with Nwachuku completing his to round off a great night for the team picking up another 3 points and a clean sheet to return to second place in the table.
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