SHAYMEN FIGHT BACK TO CRUSH THE LINNETS
The Non-League Football Paper|April 18, 2021
FOUR goals in a scintillating 15-minute spell either side of the break saw FC Halifax Town complete an impressive fightback to enhance their play-off claims.
Kelly Gilchrist

The Shaymen were clearly still licking their wounds from Tuesday night’s 4-0 home thumping by Wrexham when goals from Michael Gash and Sonny Carey gave King’s Lynn a shock 2-0 lead inside 25 minutes.

But Pete Wild’s men soon found their feet with Billy Chadwick and Jake Hyde drawing them level by the break before Luke Summerfield and Jack Earing wrapped up victory.

“We always looked a threat,” a relieved Wild said. “We did well to see the game out and it’s always pleasing to score four goals at home. It is good to get back to winning ways.”

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