Sleaford Town 1 Stewarts & Lloyds Corby 2
Saturday, 20 October 2007
S&L moved into the top four of the Premier Division with their third away win of the season.
Matty O'Neill's 14th minute effort , a close range volley from John Mackay's flick on, had the visitors in front, but with a quarter of an hour of the first half left Sleaford equalised through Jason Sedlan who converted a Jamie Shaw cross. A goalline block denied Shaw before the break.
The home side had plenty of chances but found Richard Lavin in the S&L goal in fine form. Mark Wood popped up with a rare goal after 77 minutes, heading in a Paul Djeneralovic corner to give S&L all three points.
Sleaford: Andy Scott, Matt Hodgkin, Darren Statham (Matt Lunn), Shaun Popple, Kris Jones, Jon Machin, Carl Sedlan (Pete Sutton), Jason Sedlan, Mick Stones (Robin Holderness), Jamie Shaw, Tom Siddons.
S&L: Richard Lavin, Trevor Duncan, Paul Djeneralovic, Mark Wood, John Mackay, Greig Mcilwain, Matty O'Neill, Paul Doherty (Mark Forbes), Michael Chong, Richard Forbes (Bobby Drain), Sean Brennan (Lee Garvie).