Mark Gamble continues scoring streak as Wimborne Town rescue point at Bridgwater Town
MARK Gamble continued his impressive scoring record as he rescued a point for the Magpies at Bridgwater Town.
Gamble was in confident mood following Saturday's hat-trick against Evesham United. Gamble wiped out Dean Griffiths' opener to continue Wimborne's unbeaten run to three games.
"I did feel a bit of pressure to keep on scoring following Saturday's game" explained Gamble.
"I don't mind the pressure as long as it helps Wimborne Town win games. It was tough against Bridgwater and it didn't help when we gave away a sloppy goal in the first half."
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The Somerset hosts lead at half time, but the Magpies were given a lifeline when Aaron Wilson was dismissed on 53 minutes.
With little over ten minutes left, Gamble was set up by substitute Jamie Davidson before finding the net.
"We didn't look like scoring until Bridgwater went down to ten men" added Gamble. "Thankfully the lads stuck in, and we were able to get a point."
Wimborne are in FA Cup action on Saturday when they host Hamworthy United.