Saffron Dynamos put in a stunning second stint

PUBLISHED: 14:12 16 November 2010

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FIVE is the magic number for Saffron Dynamos after a stunning comeback on Saturday afternoon.


Saffron Dynamos 7 Studlands Park 4

FIVE is the magic number for Saffron Dynamos after a stunning comeback on Saturday afternoon.

Five second-half goals turned their BIS County League Division Five fixture on its head and the points gained also catapulted the home side into fifth place.

What could have been a demoralising defeat will now be fuel for the fire as they head into this weekends’ eagerly anticipated town derby with Saffron Crocus.

Despite a superb individual effort from Foldi Zsolt, who scored from the tightest of angles with a blistering shot, and a second from Milton Mendes, Dynamos found themselves 4-2 down at half time.

After realising that their own mistakes had put them behind the hosts proved that football really can be a game of two halves as they came out firing in the second 45.

On 58 minutes Medes started the revival with a great finish after beating a host of defenders. He then completed his hat trick with a coolly converted penalty kick four minutes later to equalise.

Studland were reduced to 10-men after a red card for defender Jamie Howell but they gained credit as they kept looking to score and went very close on a few occasions.

However, it wasn’t long until Robert Orovecz popped up to put the Dynamos deservedly in front after a right wing run and finish.

Home debutant Matthew Comstive burst through from midfield to slot home for his first goal for the club. And Medes completed the win after another mazy run on 83 minutes to cap an impressive result and a stirring come back.

Next: Dynamos host Saffron Crocus Reserves this Saturday for a 2pm kick off.

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