Bears respond with 0-0 draw but Magpies see red and blow two-goal lead

By Michael Hartshorn
Updated June 24 2018 - 6:47pm, first published 3:30pm
STRONG UP FRONT: Tega Adjeke played a lone-hand up front and caused headaches for Lambton's defence.
STRONG UP FRONT: Tega Adjeke played a lone-hand up front and caused headaches for Lambton's defence.

Weston Bears responded to coach Steve Piggott stinging criticism with a gutsy 0-all draw against third-placed Lambton Jaffas on Saturday.

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