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Goals galore as Newmarket put visiting Railway to the sword

HAT-TRICK HERO: Josh Dawson was in clincial form against Lowestoft
HAT-TRICK HERO: Josh Dawson was in clincial form against Lowestoft


Newmarket 7

Lowestoft Railway 2

Newmarket kept their slim promotion hopes alive by thrashing their Lowestoft counterparts on home soil on Saturday.

Skipper Matthew Holden opted to shuffle his side for the game and it was one of the changes — Ben Atkinson on his first start — that broke the deadlock.

Josh Dawson made it 2-0, before leading goalscorer Ollie Wade found the top right hand corner.

There was still enough time left before the break for Dawson to claim his second goal after good work from Atkinson.

Those two players both scored again after the restart, which for Dawson sealed a hat-trick, while the visitors also nabbed themselves a couple of consolation strikes.

Newmarket, who sit third, finish their season next weekend against second-placed Harleston Magpies III, who have two games in hand (1.45pm).

n Newmarket III recorded their 13th and final win of the 2016/17 Division 7NE season by overcoming Cambridge South IV.

Henry Frost scored both goals for the team, who finish their impressive campaign third in the standings.

n In the East Women’s League Division 2NW, Newmarket I’s hopes of promotion were dented by a 2-1 loss at league-leading St Neots I.

Newmarket had numerous goals disallowed during the first half and their frustration compounded by two St Neots goals in the second half.

A penalty flick from Lydia Evans reduced the arrears, but it did not inspire a comeback ahead of Saturday’s home game against Cambridge City III (1pm).

n Newmarket Ladies II lost their Division 3NW home contest 5-0 against Cambridge City IV. Newmarket, who sit second from bottom in the table, travel to Wisbech Town III on Saturday (3.30pm).

n In Division 4NW(S), Newmarket III were 4-0 winners over neighbouring Ely City III.

Laura Smith (2), Laura Excell and Jane Dryland first goal of the season did the damage for the thirds.

On Saturday, Newmarket travel to face Cambridge South III (3pm).

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