Ex-Don Mulley enjoys Kingsmeadow return with win over Kingstonian

Ex-Don Mulley enjoys Kingsmeadow return with win over Kingstonian

Jump to it: Ks goalscorer Sam Page leaps with Braintree's Geoff Mitchell

Maestro: Ks midfielder Daniel Sweeney

New boy: Midfielder Chris Henry is still hoping to land a deal at Kingsmeadow with Kingstonian

Celebrate: Sam Page enjoys scoring his goal but the game would end in defeat for Ks

Coming back to what you know: Ex-Don James Mulley returned to Kingseadow to haunt Kingstonian on Monday

Familiar face: Former Hampton & Richmond Borough boss manager Alan Devonshire at Kingstonian on Monday night with Braintree Town

First published in Football

Former AFC Wimbledon star James Mulley notched the winner as he enjoyed his return to his old Kingsmeadow stomping ground on Monday with a 3-2 triumph for Braintree Town over Kingstonian.

Mulley's effort completed a fine comeback in the dying minutes of a game that saw his side 2-0 down after 32 minutes.

Ks opened the scoring in the 26th minute when Sam Page headed home a corner at the far post before Andre McCollin scored an excellent goal after cutting in from the right wing to fire home from a tight angle.

Braintree got one back with five minutes to go in the first half with a lovely chipped free-kick from Michael Bakore and the same player scored an equally good second goal with a turn and shot from close range in the 69th minute.

Just when it seemed the game would end in a draw, Braintree pressed one more time and Mulley got the winner with four minutes remaining, scooping home a shot from close range after a scramble.

 

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