Charlie is the winner for plucky Dynamos

PUBLISHED: 10:04 16 February 2011 | UPDATED: 10:04 16 February 2011

Charlie Brockwell scored a decisive stunner

Charlie Brockwell scored a decisive stunner

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AFTER lasts week’s defeat to top side Haverhill Athletic, Dynamos were determined to get back to winning ways against a side that did the double over them last season.

Dullingham Res 0 Saffron Dynamos 1

AFTER lasts week’s defeat to top side Haverhill Athletic, Dynamos were determined to get back to winning ways against a side that did the double over them last season.

The visitors made two changes with captain Phil Collins returning after injury, and they gave league debut to striker Darren De Biasi.

The one-goal hero on the hour was centre back Charlie Brockwell, who drove an un-stoppable effort into the back of the net from 25 yards out.

The game began with Dullington putting the Dynamos under pressure, as they endured a sticky 20 minutes before getting into their stride.

At half time the away side’s camp felt that the goals would eventually come with the work rate that was being put in and the second half turned out to be just as the first with end to end action.

The match-winner then came from Brockwell, who was again having another confident performance but although Dynamos where going all out for the second, it would just not come.

This gave the home side hope as they came very close to snatching an equaliser in the dying minutes – Dynamos keeper Daniel Rowlandson tipping a goal bound shot just over.

Next: This Saturday Dynamos host Lode Res. Kick off 2pm.


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