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Blackfield and Langley FC briefly regain summit

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Blackfield & Langley FC's Mitchell Speechley-Price
Blackfield & Langley FC's Mitchell Speechley-Price

BLACKFIELD & LANGLEY FC went back to the top of Evo-Stik Southern Division One (S) with a 3-2 win at fourth placed Cirencester Town on Saturday.

However, the Watersiders reign at the summit was short lived as Moneyfields regained top spot on Tuesday evening after securing a draw against Street.

On Saturday Cirencester, took a 1-0 lead through Alex Albert before Ade Olumuyiwa levelled for Blackfield.

With half-time looming Ben Whitehead fired the home side into a 2-1 lead.

Just four minutes later it was all square again when Olumuyiwa bundled an equaliser over the line.

Mid way through the second half, with two home defenders attempting to clear, the ball dropped to Speechley-Price who drove the winner into the net from ten yards out.

As Cirencester pushed in search of an equaliser, the Watersiders were forced to defend their lines but they survived to take the points.

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