Never at the races: March Town United slump to 3-0 loss at Newmarket

10:51 15 October 2012

Paul Crosbie.

Paul Crosbie.

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MARCH Town United travelled to Newmarket on Saturday - but the Hares were never at the races.

Paul Crosbie’s side slumped to a 3-0 defeat against Thurlow Nunn First Division high-flyers Newmarket Town.

The loss sealed a disappointing week for the Hares, who picked up just one point from their clashes with Braintree Town Reserves, table-toppers Cambridge University Press and the Jockeys.

The meagre return leaves them seventh in the league, but several of their rivals have games in hand.

March take a break from league action tomorrow night as they host Lakenheath in the Cambs Invitation Cup.

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