The reserves welcomed Attleborough reserves to Ransome Avenue with a strong squad and looking to continue their fine form from last week.
Both teams looked equally matched during the first 10 minutes when an inswinging cross from the Boro left winger deceived everyone hit the far post and in fro the opening goal. Scole hit back strongly and soon after a corner to the far post saw Harry Rolingson head back for Will Goulding to scoop the ball into the top fo the net for the equaliser. Scole were on top then without creating too much but with Boros second attack from a corner Scole's Jack Payne got his head to the ball but it looped up and into the corner of the goal to give Boro the advantage again. Scole came back and looked dangerous going forward when from another corner the ball came loose in the area and Goulding copied his first shot for the second eqauliser. Chris Collins-read nearly gave Scole the lead but his fierce strike whistled just over. The teams went in all level.
Scole were playing some decent football but Boro's front 3 were causing Scole to work very hard on the break. It was Boro who took the lead for the third time with a well worked goal and Scole although battling hard and looking threatening could not find the breakthrough against a stubborn Boro defence. As Scole pushed forward the visitors attack caused panic in the Scole defence and a clearance form Ollie Howard in goal cannoned of a striker for Boro's fourth. the game turned into a bit of a farce towards the end as the referee lost the plot missed an obvious penalty appeal for Boro and then sin-binned a Boro player Scole thought they might get back in it but lost Jon Abbot for an enforced sin bin break straight after Matt Heuschneider followed him for the final ten minutes. With Scole's 10 men pushing forward Boro added a fifth to make the scoreline look very kind to them.
One of those days when everything seemed to go against Scole so we just go again next week.