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Overton United bounce back by holding high-flyers
OVERTON manager Titch Bloomfield was delighted with the way his side responsed after last week’s 7-1 reverse against QK Southampton as they drew 1-1 at Hampshire Premier League high flyers Baffins Milton Rovers.
Bloomfield said: “It was a great performance against one of best sides in our league after a shocking display at QK.”
Danny Houseman made sure the spoils were shared with a great 30-yard strike.
Overton also had other chances from Myles Englefield and Dave Parry.
The home side’s goal was somewhat fortunate as goalkeeper Sean O’Brien pushed the ball on to the bar, but it then hit the back of his head and ended up in the net.
AFC Aldermaston’s Hampshire Premier League home game against Fleetlands was cancelled last Saturday, due to a bereavement at the Gosport-based club.
Aldermaston have a busy September, with four fixtures at home, and manager Terry Rooney is hoping his side can continue their five-game unbeaten run.
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