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Magpies maintain unbeaten start

OPENING GOAL: Ryan Broadley opened the scoring for the Maitland Magpies in their 2-1 victory against Charlestown City Blues on Tuesday night.A second half penalty to Ben Martin has given the Maitland Magpies their second win from their first three starts in the 2017 NPL, as they overcame a resilient Charlestown City Blues 2-1 at a rain-swept Lisle Carr Oval on Tuesday night.
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The match was Maitland’s third within the space of just six days. Regulars Matt Thompson and Ryan Clarke were missing from the side, while Matt Comerford and Jordan Elphick were rested from the starting 11.

In a tight opening half-hour, Josh Dutton-Black forced Charlestown keeper Nathan Archbold into action with a pair of saves from two free kicks, until the game came to life shortly afterwards.

New signing Andrew Pawiak breezed past the defence on the right flank before delivering a cross to the centre of the penalty area which was emphatically finished into the bottom corner by Ryan Broadley, to give Phil Dando’s men the lead in the 37th minute.

The Magpies threatened to double their lead shortly after, as Jye Mackellar went close with a header, but Maitland looked in control at the break, despite the slender lead.

All their good work was undone in the 49 th minute however, as Rene Ferguson scored the equaliser for the Blues – scrambling home a close range finish to level it up at 1-1.

The home side was only level for nine minutes, as Martin sent Archbold the wrong way from the spot to reclaim the lead in the 58th minute, after Dutton-Black drew a foul inside the penalty area.

Maitland went in search of a third goal to kill the game, but the sealer proved to be elusive – Carl Thornton forced Archbold into a sharp save, while Dutton-Black saw his goalbound effort deflected over the crossbar after a cut-back from Pawiak.

Despite some heavy, late pressure from Charlestown, Maitland held strong to claim all three points and remain the only undefeated side in this year’s NPL.

The Magpies will look to continue their unbeaten run, as they host the Weston Bears in the local derby at Cooks Square Park on Good Friday at 2.30pm.

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