3:44pm Thursday 17th April 2014
By Matt Plummer
FC CLACTON’S Aaron Condon may have played his last game this season.
The Seasiders’ 23-goal top-scorer suffered a hamstring injury during Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat at Norwich United.
Now there is a chance he might not play again during the club’s remaining five Thurlow Nunn League fixtures.
“It looks like I’ve lost Aaron for the rest of the season,” said Clacton manager Glenn Eldridge, who was pleased with his side’s performance at Plantation Park.
“He thinks it’s a pull and, if that’s the case, he’ll be on the sidelines for a few weeks."
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