U’s just miss out on their place in history
Like an athlete seeing the clock tantalisingly defeat them in the final few strides of a record attempt, Cambridge narrowly failed Are All Prada Handbags Leather to make club history here yesterday.
Victory for the second-placed club in Division Three would have seen them record a tenth consecutive home win.
Despite dominating the match for long periods, the home side were thwarted by a determined Irons outfit replica prada clutches and evening, who are having a successful season themselves, having started the Black Prada Bag With Gold day in third place.
It was a gritty performance Authentic Prada Fairy Bag Sale from Scunthorpe, who were so bedevilled by injuries that they were forced to press trialist Tony Witter into action less than 48 hours after he had arrived from non-League Welling. The former Millwall defender was his side’s outstanding player until he was Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Dresses Uk Shop Online sent off in injury time for a second yellow card. By then though, the job was done.
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The first fell to him in the 22nd minute when Paul Harsley’s scuffed effort came to him eight Best Prada Outlet In Florence yards out. But he fired straight at the Cambridge keeper Arjan van Heusden and then blazed the rebound over About Prada Products an open goal.
Forrester was no more deadly in the 63rd minute when he again fired straight at van Heusden following an Andy Duncan mistake.
Cambridge’s best opportunity had come and gone two minutes earlier when John Taylor had seen a diving header pushed out by the Scunthorpe keeper Tom Evans.
The Authentic Prada Bags For Sale Philippines defeat of the leaders Cardiff at Barnet helped offset the disappointment of missing the record. ‘It was definitely a point gained today as it put us a point closer to promotion,’ said Roy McFarland, the Cambridge manager.