Hollington United back with a win against local rivals Sedlescombe

After last week's result Hollington looked to regain their form against local rivals Sedlescombe.
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Dom Clarke

The Lions made a good start and after seven minutes they took the lead through Dom Clarke. The number nine chested the ball down and volleyed it into the bottom corner.

However their joy was short lived after a freekick landed nicely into the head of Sedlescombe's player who put it past the keeper.

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The first half was very sloppy from both sides and no one really created many chances. In the last few minutes of the half Hollington keeper Elliot Stokes collided with a Sedlescombe player.

He had to be replaced and James Hull took his position in goal.

The second half was still quite sloppy but Hollington were growing into the game and in the 60th minute they took the lead once again after an good ball into the box was met by Dom Clarke's head.

Although it was a slight touch it was just enough to put it past the keeper. Hollington kept creating chances and kept hitting the post, but in the 70th minute they deservedly got their third goal of the game.

Captain Lewis McGuiggan scored with a header following a corner. This sealed the three points for the Lions after a well fought game.

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