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Loan watch: Lynch scores maiden goal



Young forward Craig Lynch got the first goal of his professional career this weekend as Hartlepool went down 3-1.

The 20 year-old winger-cum-striker made his second start for Neale Cooper's Hartlepool side in a 3-1 defeat at Colchester United.

Joe Dunne - appointed U's boss this week replacing John Ward - couldn't have asked for a worse start to life in the dugout as Lynch handed Pools a sixht-minute lead.

However goals from Gavin Massey and Jabo Ibehre - who bagged two - secured a first win for Dunne.

In the Championship Ahmed Elmohamady played the full 90 minutes as Hull City went down 3-1 to Peterborough.

The Posh had failed to secure a point all season but turned on the style against Steve Bruce's side to notch their first win.

An Emile Sinclair hat-trick did the damage for Elmo's tigers who got a consolation through Jay Simpson.
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Date:Monday October 1 2012

Time: 10:58AM

 

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