Felixstowe defeted by ten-man Harlow

ANGLIAN CUP SOCCER: Felixstowe 0 Harlow 3. Ryman Division One side Harlow Town progressed to the semi-final of the East Anglian Cup at Dellwood Avenue with a comfortable 3-0 win over Felixstowe, despite starting the second-half with ten players.

Felixstowe 0 Harlow 3

RYMAN Division One side Harlow Town progressed to the semi-final of the East Anglian Cup at Dellwood Avenue with a comfortable 3-0 win over Felixstowe, despite starting the second-half with ten players.

The Hawks' front runners Samuel, Young and Salmon were lively from the start with Marvin Samuel opening the scoring on 20 minutes.

Crowley's blocked shot led to a corner, which fell to Samuel, who controlled the ball with his right foot and was given time to power the ball home from 10 yards. Two minutes later a flowing move ended with Young crossing for Marc Salmon to force the ball home from 12 yards.

The Seasiders worked hard but failed to trouble Hasell in the Hawks' goal.

As the players left the field at half-time words were exchanged with the referee and Harlow's David Gray was shown the red card.

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Felixstowe enjoyed a brief spell of pressure after the break with Kyle going close from distance, but Charters remained the busier of the keepers, saving from Crowley and Salmon before a goalmouth scramble resulted in an own goal.