Improved Levy side lose out to the Tigers

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Leverstock Green 0 London Tigers 2

LEVY Green’s losing run stretched to four games on Tuesday night, despite a much-improved second half display against London Tigers.

Levy started the game looking like a team low on confidence, as the visitors bossed the opening proceedings.

Green keeper Carl Tasker was forced into a number of good saves, while Tigers were rarely threatened at the other end.

It was a different story after the break, though, as Levy upped their tempo – handing Lewis Pritchard two decent chances to put the hosts in front.

Mark Burfoot was the next Green man to try his luck but, like Pritchard, could not make the most of two good goalscoring opportunities.

And Levy were eventually made to pay for their profligacy as Jamal Miah put London in front against the run of play after 67 minutes

Levy pressed hard in search of an equaliser, but Ehad Ponxha sealed the win late on for the Tigers,