Tenbury United's Aaron Morris ready for trip to Malvern Rangers in West Midlands League Division Two (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Tenbury United's Aaron Morris ready for trip to Malvern Rangers in West Midlands League Division Two
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AARON Morris says Tenbury United regained their pride after being crushed 7-0 at Hereford Lads Club less than two months ago.
United fell 2-0 behind in Saturday’s West Midlands League Division Two return fixture before giving the Hereford club a fright.
“We came out all guns blazing in the second-half and put them under a lot of pressure,” said Morris, who netted United’s first goal from the penalty spot.
“Lads Club went 2-0 up and I think they thought they had won the game. “It was a much-improved display by us and we had a stronger team than when we played in Hereford in November.”
Morris gave Tenbury hope, firing home a left-footed penalty to reduce arrears to 2-1 at Palmer’s Meadow.
Lads Club made it 3-1 before Lee Millichip gave Tenbury renewed belief, heading past visiting goalkeeper Steve Bell.
But United couldn’t find a leveller and travel to Malvern Rangers in the league this Saturday.
“Malvern Rangers are not a bad side,” said Morris. “They have a few decent players and it won’t be an easy game for us.”