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Bourne Town and Sileby Rangers share the spoils in United Counties League Division One clash at the JJ Mac Stadium

Manager Simon Daws praised the resilience and determination of his Bourne Town players as they battled back for a vital point in Saturday's United Counties League Division One clash with Sileby Rangers at the JJ Mac Stadium.

The third-from-bottom Wakes - who were missing four players who had started last week's win at Huntingdon - had been trailing at half-time to a rejuvenated Sileby side who had started the match one place and two points adrift of Bourne.

But Seb Hood's second half header earned the Wakes a share of the spoils against a visiting team who had signed 15 new players in the past fortnight in a bid to move away from the lower regions of the table.

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