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Eagles still flying high after latest win
Lee Duxbury’s Eccleshill side continue to enjoy the view from a lofty position in Division One of the Northern Counties East League after two late goals at Cleethorpes Town saw them win again.
They sit second in the table, just two points off the summit after eight games, while Cleethorpes drop down to fifth. Without leading scorer Marcus Edwards, who was unavailable due to holidays, the Eagles struggled to break down their hosts.
However, persistence and patience paid off after Doug Stevenson had seen a penalty well saved by the home keeper.
That could have given Eccleshill the lead but they had to wait until the 88th minute before breaking the deadlock through Drake Trease.
Stevenson was not denied his goal though as he scored from open play in the last minute.