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North Ferriby 2-1 Eastleigh

Eastleigh lost for the third game in a row going down 2-1 at relegation-threatened North Ferriby on Good Friday.

The Spitfires fell behind to a Robbie Tinkler goal midway through the first half but equalised in the 77th minute through Ross Stearn.

Three minutes from time, Reece Thompson netted a winning goal for the hosts.

Eastleigh: Stack, Odoffin (Wilson 56), Hoyte, Reid, Dugdale, Green, Togwell, Matthews Constable, McAllister (Obileye 80), Tubbs (Stearn 56). Unused subs: Masterton, Strevens.


North Ferriby 2 Eastleigh 1: Spitfires suffer third successive defeat

North Ferriby 2 Eastleigh 1

North Ferriby United 2-1 Eastleigh

Reece Thompson gave North Ferriby's slim survival hopes a boost with a late 2-1 victory over Eastleigh. The home side dominated the first half and went close to breaking the deadlock in the 19th minute when Michael Green picked out Matt Tubbs, whose shot just missed the far post from a tight angle.

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