Wasteful finishing proves costly as Tiverton subs seal the victory
TIVERTON Town's superior finishing saw them leave the Causeway with all three points as the Foresters were left to rue chances that got away.
Cinderford's first chance came thanks to a Lewis Sommers flick that freed Scott Wilson, but the former Gloucester City striker shot weekly at visiting keeper Chris Wright.
Sommers missed a similar chance before Cinderford were punished as Russell Jee put Tiverton ahead.
Sommers again failed to beat Wright in the Tivvy goal to the evident dismay of the home supporters while Kevin Hill went close for the visitors
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Wilson and Dean Lee both wasted further chances to score as the score reamined 1-0 at the break.
Wright pulled off a superb double save at the start of the second half to deny Geraint Bater and Lee Smith, before Cinderford levelled on the hour.
Matt Barnes' fine cross was turned home by Wilson for a goal the Foresters richly deserved.
However the introduction from the bench of Josh Searle and Jules Emati-Emati regained the initiative for Tiverton.
On 75 minutes Emati-Emati provided the pass for Searle's excellent strike to regain the lead.
Wilson almost levelled again for Cinderford, but again Tiverton broke to score.
And it was Emati-Emati who was on hand to polish off a well worked counter attack and wrap up the win.