Fenmen on fire on a miserbale night for Cousins
RIDGEONS PREMIER DIVISION Dereham Town 1 Wisbech Town 4PAUL COUSINS may be regretting his move from Wisbech to Dereham after the Fenmen produced a stunning performance to claim their first win of the season. The defender, who was Wisbech s player of the
RIDGEONS PREMIER DIVISION
Dereham Town 1 Wisbech Town 4
PAUL COUSINS may be regretting his move from Wisbech to Dereham after the Fenmen produced a stunning performance to claim their first win of the season.
The defender, who was Wisbech's player of the year last season, was given a torrid time by striker Nick Impey who recovered from a virus to play in Tuesday's match.
Stuart Cobb tapped in from three yards after Billy Smith's low cross to give Wisbech a 17th-minute lead.
Impey turned Cousins to double the advantage after Lewis Cook's long throw after 57 minutes.
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Cousins brought Impey down in the box nine minutes later for a penalty which was converted by Gary Setchell.
Dereham pulled one back in the 75th minute with a when a striker scored after Chris Horton parried a penalty kick.
Scott Cubberley completed the scoring five minutes from time when he showed superb control to bring down Lee Day's long pass, then ran past the goalkeeper to tap into an empty net.