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HEYBRIDGE Swifts assistant manager Paul Golby was disappointed with his side’s defeat at Needham Market.

They lost out 2-1 in their Ryman League division one north encounter on Tuesday night.

A second half penalty from former Colchester United player Kem Izzet proved the difference between the two sides.

Golby said: “I am disappointed not to get the result.

“Needham had a couple of penalty appeals before and I thought the actual one awarded was the weakest of the three.

“However, there were positives from the game."

For the full story see Thursday's Maldon and Burnham Standard.