VIDEO: Wisbech Town make it 10 games unbeaten with 4-1 win at Woodbridge Town

PUBLISHED: 17:56 12 November 2011 | UPDATED: 15:40 14 November 2011

Nick Davey, red, in action for Wisbech Town

Nick Davey, red, in action for Wisbech Town

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Ridgeons Premier Division: Woodbridge Town 1 Wisbech Town 4

IN-FORM Wisbech Town made it seven consecutive victories in all competitions with a 4-1 win at Woodbridge Town in the Ridgeons Premier Division today.

Steve Appleby’s high-flying Fenmen continued their sensational form since their 9-0 drubbing at Mildenhall Town in September to make it 10 games without defeat.

Wisbech went in 1-0 ahead at the break through striker Chris Bacon before stretching their advantage in the second half thanks to goals from Liam Nimmo and Callum Reed.

And despite the hosts pulling back a goal, Nimmo grabbed his second, and Wisbech’s fourth, in injury time after a mistake from the Woodbridge ‘keeper.

Appleby’s Wisbech travel to Haverhill Rovers in the league on Tuesday before facing the long trek to Racing Club Warwick in the FA Vase Second Round next Saturday.

• Goals provided by Spenny Larham, the Fenmen’s website and programme editor.

Today’s Ridgeons Premier Division results in full

Brantham Athletic 2 Ely City 2 - Att: 123

Felixstowe & Walton United 2 Mildenhall Town 4 - Att: 87

Gorleston 2 Wroxham 3 - Att: 184

Great Yarmouth Town 1 Walsham-le-Willows 3 - Att: 69

Kirkley & Pakefield 5 Hadleigh United 2 - Att: 165

Newmarket Town 1 FC Clacton 3 - Att: 76

Norwich United 2 Haverhill Rovers 2 - Att: 87

Stanway Rovers 3 Dereham Town 0 - Att: 95

Wivenhoe Town 0 Diss Town 2 - Att: 82

Woodbridge Town 1 Wisbech Town 4 - Att: 98

• For more on how March Town United fared today, click on the related-link on the right-hand side of this page.


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