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Flames lose bank holiday fixture to Basingstoke Bison
7:00am 29th December 2015
The Guildford Flames lost 5-4 at the Spectrum yesterday (Monday 28 December).
The side took on Basingstoke Bison at home, and despite recovering from being 2 goals down in the first 20 minutes, they later blew a 2 goal lead.
A Flames penalty just before the last two minutes of the game proved costly, when the Bison pulled even at 59:26.
Joe Green then scored with less than 60 seconds into the tie breaking period, to secure a Bison win.
Next, they take on Bracknell at home on New Year's Day (4.00pm start).
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