Gamble hat-trick fires Magpies to win
Bishops Cleeve 1, Wimborne Town 3
A HAT-TRICK from Mark Gamble helped Wimborne Town come from behind to beat Bishops Cleeve.
The Magpies slipped behind to an early penalty from Joe Hanks, but battled back to take three points in the Calor Southern League South and West Division One.
Wimborne manager Steve Cuss was quick to praise Gamble, as his three goals handed the Magpies a hard-fought win.
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"Mark took his goals superbly" said Cuss. "It was an outstanding display of finishing - it was a really good team performance.
"We hadn't been a million miles away in recent games and I believed in the quality of the squad - and it all came right for us today."
The Magpies conceded a penalty after six minutes when Billy Maybury was penalised for hand ball - with Hanks slotting the ball past Dan Acerman to give the home side the lead.
Gamble levelled for Wimborne before the break with a long range drive, before giving the visitors the lead on 71 minutes. With time running out, Gamble completed his second hat trick of the season to hand Wimborne a comfortable win.
Wimborne Town U18s enjoyed FA Youth success with a 3-2 win over Eastleigh. The youngsters will face Guildford City in the next round.
Log onto www.blackmorevale.co.uk this weekend for coverage of Wimborne Town's game on Saturday against Marlow FC.