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City of Liverpool slipped to a narrow defeat at home to Marske United after an early goal saw the visitors take the three points. 

In a first half of very few chances, Marske took the lead when an Exocet of a long through from O’Sullivan was flicked on for Craig Gott to gather at the far post and slot calmly beyond James Aspinall. 

The second half was much livelier and the Purps should have equalised within moments of the restart when Tom Peterson’s smart flick saw Liam Dawson through on goal. Dawson hammered a fierce left footed effort across Jack Norton in the Marske goal, but agonisingly wide of the post.

The home side continued to press and with the last kick of the game a half clearance fell to centre back Anthony Brown who chested and volleyed, but Norton produced a good save, ensuring Marske took the points 

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Star player – Liam Hynes (City of Liverpool). 



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