Borough silenced by Robins to lose more ground on Dorking
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Bostik Premier: Carshalton Athletic 3 Haringey Borough 1
Haringey Borough suffered a 3-1 loss away to Carshalton Athletic in the Bostik Premier on Saturday.
Tom Loizou’s men were looking to remain on the heels of leaders Dorking Wanderers, but slipped up to allow the pace-setters to move further clear at the summit.
Carshalton took the lead in the 16th minute when Harry Ottoway back-heeled into the path of Ricky Korboa and he placed a curling effort into the bottom corner.
It was 2-0 around 20 minutes later and it was the same combination who created the goal for the Robins.
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Ottoway fired a low cross across the face of Valery Pajetet’s goal and Korboa was on hand again to find the net.
Haringey were up against it now, but after recent comebacks, they scented another when they reduced the deficit in the 42nd minute.
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A free kick into the Carshalton area was headed into a dangerous area by Mark Kirby and Coby Rowe managed to force the ball home.
Heading into the second half, the next goal was key and unfortunately for Borough it went to the hosts.
The impressive Ottoway tried his luck from range and despite Pajeter’s best efforts, he was unable to keep the shot out.
At 3-1, the game was almost up for Borough and despite creating further opportunities they fell to an eighth defeat of the season in front of a crowd of 378.
Haringey remain second on 56 points, but they trail Wanderers by six now while third-placed Bognor Regis Town have 49 points.