Tunley fail to halt table-topping Radstock on return to action
Tunley Athletic failed to halt table-topping Radstock Town Reserves in the Somerset League Division 2 East as they suffered a 3-1 home defeat on their return to action after a two-week break.
Matt Doughty hit the crossbar with a header as Tunley began well and they were rewarded for their pressure in the 12th minute when Chris Young’s well-taken effort put them in front.
Tunley continued to press but were caught on the break ten minutes later as Jordan Townsley bagged the equaliser. They survived a let-off when Radstock missed a penalty but fell behind when a defensive mix-up gave Ben Flower the chance to pick his spot.
Ted Green extended Radstock’s lead before the break and, although Jason Curtis hit a post and Young went close in the second half, Tunley could not recover.
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Charlie Babb was named man of the match for Tunley, who host Cutters Friday Reserves on Saturday (2.30pm).
Tunley Athletic Reserves kept up the pressure at the top of Mid-Somerset League Division 3 with a 6-2 success at Belrose Reserves.
Tom Peilasz gave Tunley a two-goal advantage, only for the hosts to draw level before the interval. Peilasz went on to complete a hat-trick, with Sam Peilasz, Boston Rovetta-Wood and David Fairweather completing the visitors’ half-dozen.
Tunley’s second-string visit Shepton Mallet A in the Charity Cup on Saturday (1.45pm).