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Flames drop pair of weekend games to Milton Keynes
6:18am 18th January 2016
(Updated 6:02am 19th January 2016)
The Guildford Flames didn't have much luck in their matches over the weekend.
On Saturday (16th January), they lost 3-2 away at Milton Keynes.
Tom Duggan scored both the goals for the Flames.
There were 5 goals between the clubs in the opening 24 minutes but then things slowed down which meant Milton Keynes Lightning collected the win.
They then returned to the Spectrum 24 hours later (Sunday 17th January) for a rematch at home last night, and again, went down 3-2.
The Flames let a 2 goal lead slip away when the Lightning scored 3 goals in the back half of the game.
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