Gimingham maintain second spot

Malcolm Burton
Monday, November 26, 2012
4:33 PM

Goals from Ryan Beeson, Paul Hinds and Matthew Reynolds saw Gimingham see off Mundesley to maintain their second spot in the Slater & Frith Division One.

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East Ruston earned a solid away win at North Walsham ‘A’ with a brace from Mark Burton and one from Ash Wilton. Ludham also recorded an away win at Horning by a 3-1 margin and Aylsham ‘A’ notched up a 5-2 home win.

Cromer Youth Old Boys are the new leaders of the Wayford Nurseries Division Two when they entertained morning leaders Erpingham and thanks to goals from Lee Harrod and Anthony Howell they secured a 2-0 victory. There were nine goals at Blakeney where Plumstead Rangers visited and it was they who won by the odd goal. Seven goals also at Hickling where visitors Aldborough claimed the odd goal victory whilst Corpusty Reserves ran out 5-2 winners at home to Gimingham Reserves.

Knights Trophies Division Three leaders Trunch dropped valued points when they were held to a 2-2 score line by Erpingham Reserves. As a result of this, second placed Southrepps closed the gap when they won well at Felmingham with goals from Richard Austin (2) and Rob Highe in a 3-0 success. There were also two odd goal of three away wins for Plumstead Rangers Reserves & Worstead Reserves at Aldborough Reserves and Mundesley Reserves respectively.

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