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Cracking game for a neutral , bit nervy if you’re a fan. Both teams set up to attack. Lewes looked very dangerous going forward. We had a lot of possession but Lewes made it difficult, it was like pinball in their penalty box on occasions . Their keeper pulled off an amazing save first half, matched by Lamar second half. Whole defensive line for us worked really hard, Sam was holding the ball and spreading play really well, good to see Liam as well. Had enough chances to take three points but when you go a goal down with not long to go, it’s good to get a point and shows the character of the team. Helps that Stortford lost and Aveley drew as well but just need to keep an eye on Canvey and Enfield behind. Stortford are running into some tricky fixtures now

well done Hornchurch 

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What a fantastic game of football and Lewes have got better and are better than the results they have and probable the best team we have played this season.  They were so quick going forward and in defense they kept it tight and made space hard to find.

But credit to the Urchins to find their way back twice to get a point was excellent and had they had a little luck we probably could have had a penalty.

Both keepers were excellent to keep it such a tight game and the teams played it hard but fair to create a great match for all.

Both sets of fans made a great atmosphere and with other teams failing we gained a valuable point.

Up The Urchins

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I see that the Lewes right back (in old time parlance) with the blonde rinse was Archie Tamplin, son of that great philanthropist and businessman Glenn Tamplin.

He looked a pretty useful player, particularly going forward.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Old Codger said:

I see that the Lewes right back (in old time parlance) with the blonde rinse was Archie Tamplin, son of that great philanthropist and businessman Glenn Tamplin.

He looked a pretty useful player, particularly going forward.

 

 

Most generous description of Glenn Tamplin I've ever seen and we'll go with that for legal reasons ;)

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