Old Town were forced to begin this match with just eight men due to work commitments and heavy traffic. Despite the numeric advantage, Stratton Juniors were unable to capitalise and Old Town looked comfortable.ollowing the arrival of two more players Old Town took control of the match but failed to find the net before the break. Stratton’s goalkeeper made some superb saves to keep the scores level at half-time but on 55 minutes Aaron Williams gave Old Town the lead.
Stephen Nesbitt then doubled Old Town’s lead before Stratton scored with a superb long range volley. Stephen Low then added a third late on as Old Town wrapped up victory and move to within a point of Stratton Juniors in Division One.
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