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Win lifts Appledore off the bottom in North Devon League

By North Devon Journal  |  Posted: December 06, 2012

POISED: Appledore (in orange) take on Barnstaple AAC at Marshford in the North Devon League.  Picture: Mike Southon. To order this photograph call 0844 4060 269 and quote Ref:  BNMS20121201C-004_C

POISED: Appledore (in orange) take on Barnstaple AAC at Marshford in the North Devon League. Picture: Mike Southon. To order this photograph call 0844 4060 269 and quote Ref: BNMS20121201C-004_C

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Appledore 3 Barnstaple AAC 1: Appledore moved off the bottom of the premier division with their second win of the season.

Leading 2-0 at the interval, they survived a nervy second half for a result that moved them up three places.

With difficult away games at Shamwickshire Rovers and Bradworthy before Christmas, it was a vital three points for Kevin Fishwick's young team.

Hallum Cook slotted the opening goal and the problems for Barnstaple AAC increased with injuries for Billy Hinson and goalkeeper Barry Camp before half time.

Darren Woolway and Danny Rigler went on in their place, leaving no other options on the bench for the visitors in the second half.

Nathan Davis, with an energetic display on the wing, crossed for Mike Jones to volley Appledore's second goal.

And despite a bright start to the second half, pulling a goal back through Oliver Rigler, the Ammies slipped to their third straight defeat.

Jay Goddard, the left back making his return from a hip injury, ran from the halfway line and picked out Cook who settled the match with his fifth goal of the season.

Appledore: Aaron Screech, Jack Gilbert, Tom Summers, Matt Ross, Jay Goddard, Ben Cobbett, Rob Avery, Joe Kelly, Michael Jones, Hallum Cook, Nathan Davis. Subs: Martyn Harris, Steve Langbridge, Kevin Fishwick.

Barnstaple AAC: Barry Camp, Jamie Cameron, Aaron Yeo, Steve Zecchini, Andrew Davie, Gary King, Curtis Netherway, Josh Marinaro, Oliver Rigler, Charlie Logie, Billy Hinson. Subs: Danny Rigler, Darren Woolway.

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