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Monday, February 27, 2012
In the Premier Division, the crunch relegation clash between Hempnall and Wymondham ended all-square as Damian Didwell scored for Hempnall and Robert Browne replied for Wymondham.
Bottom side Wells slipped further adrift with a 2-0 defeat at Wroxham Reserves, Jamie George and Jordan Mace finding the net.
At the top, Scott Woodcock scored twice for Cromer to send them back to the top above Blofield with a 2-0 victory at Spixworth.
Mattishall’s challenge faded with a 2-1 defeat at Sheringham, Ben Abbs and Ben Price on target for the hosts, with Gary Harbour netting for Mattishall.
Alex Holmes scored the only goal of the game as Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves won at St Andrews.
Loddon United were 3-1 winners at home to struggling North Walsham. Gary Summons bagged a brace for the hosts and Tom Baylis was also on the scoresheet, with Connor Kerry getting Walsham’s goal as they stayed above Hempnall on goal difference.
In Division One, Stalham Town and Dersingham Rovers remain locked together on points after both teams drew on Saturday. Stalham, who remain top on goal difference, drew 3-3 at Hellesdon. Lawrence Cheese, Jamie Clarke and Jamie Long were on target for the visitors, with Mark Cornfield (2) and Robert Bunn scoring for Hellesdon.
Dersingham were held 1-1 at home by fourth-placed Poringland Wanderers. Trevor Daniels notched Rovers’ goal and Matthew Elwin was on the mark for Wanderers.
Long Stratton, in third, could not close the gap as they drew 1-1 at home to Horsford.
Bradenham Wanderers’ relegation fears intensified with a 2-0 defeat at home to Hindringham. Ian Bulley scored for the visitors and an own goal sealed a miserable day for Wanderers, who have now gone six league games without a win.
Bottom side Watton moved to within three points of Wanderers as they drew 2-2 at home to Sprowston Athletic. The hosts’ goals came from Kevin Bloomfield and an own goal, while Neil Steward and Davy Watling hit the net for Athletic.
Norwich CEYMS picked up a point at Corton with a 1-1 draw. Dale Rayner scored for the visitors, while an own goal accounted for Corton’s tally.
Caister’s 5-0 win at Brandon Town saw them move above their defeated opponents on goal difference.
Norwich St Johns will meet Blofield United in the final of the Mummery Cup after two closely fought semi-finals on Saturday.
Matthew Racher scored the only goal of the game as St Johns edged past Acle United, while Blofield triumphed 3-1 on penalties after their game at Reepham finished goalless.