NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Youngster Toby Allen takes his goals tally to two as March Town draw with Leiston Reserves

PUBLISHED: 10:14 14 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:14 14 August 2017

Toby Allen netted his second goal in as many games as March Town drew 1-1 with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER

Toby Allen netted his second goal in as many games as March Town drew 1-1 with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER

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March Town extended their recent unbeaten run to three matches with a 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves on Saturday.

March celebrate Toby Allen's opener. Photo: IAN CARTERMarch celebrate Toby Allen's opener. Photo: IAN CARTER

The Hares recorded their second straight draw at the GER but will have been disappointed to have not picked up all three points after youngster Toby Allen had given them the lead in the first half.

The under 18s skipper managed to slide the ball home from the tightest of angles after quarter-of-an-hour, before Leiston’s Kevin Inglis fired a free-kick home four minutes after the restart to level.

March’s David Jackson picked up a second yellow card late on but the Hares held on to claim a point and keep their place in the top 10 of the Thurlow Nunn Division One.

Action from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTERAction from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER

They host Debenham LC this Saturday (3pm).

Action from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTERAction from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER

Roy Brand and Mel Mattless. Photo: IAN CARTERRoy Brand and Mel Mattless. Photo: IAN CARTER

Action from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTERAction from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER

Action from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTERAction from March Town's 1-1 draw with Leiston Reserves. Photo: IAN CARTER


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