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Wingate & Finchley fall to heavy defeat against K’s

PUBLISHED: 09:00 21 November 2018

New Wingate & Finchley manager Glen Little on the touchline (pic: Martin Addison).

New Wingate & Finchley manager Glen Little on the touchline (pic: Martin Addison).

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Bostik Premier Division: Wingate & Finchley 0 Kingstonian 4

Wingate & Finchley suffer back-to-back defeats as they lost 4-0 to Kingstonian in the Bostik Premier Division.

A brace from Delano Sam-Yorke and goals from James Daly and Manolis Gogonas sealed a comfortable win for the visitors over the Blues at the Maurice Rebak Stadium.

Daly opened the scoring in the 23rd minute as he stepped up and slotted home a penalty to make it 1-0.

Glen Little’s side held on and kept the score line at 1-0 going into the half-time break – despite some more pressure from the visitors.

Early in the second-half, The K’s broke clear and forced goalkeeper Shane Gore into a save, but he punched it out and the rebound fell to Delano Sam-Yorke who tapped it in from point blank range to double his side’s lead.

The Blues Charlie Cole warmed Rob Tolfrey’s gloves for the first time in the second-half with a shot from range but it never looked like troubling the K’s keeper.

Gogonas then made it 3-0 for the visitors as he headed home a corner in the 76th minute.

In the 88th minute Sam-Yorke netted his second of the evening as he fired home from outside the box to make it 4-0.

Wingate & Finchley: Gore, Ifil, Bihmoutine (Manu 73), Cronin, Hernandez, Weatherstone (Tejan-Sie 69), Mitchell, Ruff, Cole (Putman 82), Beckles-Richards, Laney.

Unused subs: Monsheju and Williams.

Kingstonian: Tolfrey, Dymond, Brown, Lamont, Brewer, Eweka, Faal (Gogonas 54), McAuley, Sam-Yorke, Theophanous (Buchanan 74), Daly.

Unused subs: Gasson and Kyte.


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