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ICYMI: Head over heels

This week’s #ICYMI entrant shows that pitch invasions are no easy matter, even at non-league level.

As Falmouth Town score their fourth goal in a thrilling 4-3 win at home to Bodmin Town, one fan thinks about getting in on the celebration, but finds the pitchside hoarding too tricky to negotiate. Thankfully he’s helped back onto his feet by an obliging player.

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