Anglian Combination round-up: Harleston move nine points clear at top

PUBLISHED: 14:02 25 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:02 25 February 2018

Norwich CEYMS' Lewis Allen was on target during their 1-1 draw against Mulbarton Wanderers. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norwich CEYMS' Lewis Allen was on target during their 1-1 draw against Mulbarton Wanderers. Picture: Denise Bradley

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Harleston moved nine points clear at the top of the Premier Division thanks to a thumping 5-1 home win over Beccles.

Norwich CEYMS celebrate Lewis Allen's goal. Picture: Denise BradleyNorwich CEYMS celebrate Lewis Allen's goal. Picture: Denise Bradley

Ryan Fuller, Jimmy Morrisey, Scott Roberts, Jake Imrie and an own goal ensured their nap hand. Neil Hurren replied for Beccles.

Second played third as CEYMS welcomed Mulbarton for their derby. Mulbarton finished the game with nine men but still came away with a point in a 1-1 draw. Lewis Allen scored for CEYMS before Charlie Aulert levelled.

At the foot of the table Reepham are on borrowed time it would appear as they lost 4-1 at home against Blofield. An Orren Oliver hat-trick and a strike from Jack Robins were enough for Blofield. Ash Dearing scored for Reepham.

Stalham made it two wins in a row as they beat Waveney 2-1 at home – Pat Gainsford and Darren Miller got their goals. An own goal wasn’t enough for the away side.

Mulbarton goalkeeper Tom Wright appeals for offside after Lewis Allen's goal for Norwich CEYMS. Picture: Denise BradleyMulbarton goalkeeper Tom Wright appeals for offside after Lewis Allen's goal for Norwich CEYMS. Picture: Denise Bradley

Acle are only out of the drop zone on goals scored as a Mason Roe strike was enough to see St Andrews win 1-0 and pull away from danger.

Hellesdon are up to fifth after a 3-0 away win at Caister thanks to goals from Joe Keeley, Jack Hurrell and Matt Gee.

Wroxham Reserves earned three points thanks to a 2-1 win at home against Long Stratton. Ryan Miles and Jordan King got Wroxham’s goals with Owen Page scoring for Stratton.

The game between Bradenham and Mattishall was postponed.

Mulbarton Wanderers' Jack Simpson is shown the red card. Picture: Denise BradleyMulbarton Wanderers' Jack Simpson is shown the red card. Picture: Denise Bradley

In Division One Wymondham are now 12 points clear with a game in hand as they had a solid 5-2 win over a resurgent Cromer. Liam Moriarty, Jordan Rocastle, Aaron Nixon, Ethan Hall and Tony Salmon got the league leaders’ goals.

Sheringham lost ground as they lost 3-1 away at Yelverton. Elliott Lythgoe (2) and Lewis Clarry scored for Yelverton with Sheringham replying via an own goal.

UEA missed the opportunity to go second as they lost 2-1 away at North Walsham. AJ Johnson and Liam Clarke scored for the Angels with Alfie Draper scoring for UEA.

Loddon won for the first time in six as they beat Aylsham 3-2. Jake Rose, Matt Eyre and Simon Cookson bagged for Loddon and Aylsham’s strikes came from Sam Bryant and James Pipe.

Action from Norwich CEYMS against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. From left, Jack Simpson (Mulbarton), Scott Woodgate (Mulbarton), Seb Lambert (CEYMS), Lewis Easter (CEYMS), Jack Smith (CEYMS), and Hayden Gibbons (Mulbarton). Picture: DENISE BRADLEYAction from Norwich CEYMS against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. From left, Jack Simpson (Mulbarton), Scott Woodgate (Mulbarton), Seb Lambert (CEYMS), Lewis Easter (CEYMS), Jack Smith (CEYMS), and Hayden Gibbons (Mulbarton). Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Scole made it two wins in a row thanks to a 4-1 home win over Watton. Matt Brown, Chris Collins-Reid, Alex Blakely and Liam Smith scored for the hosts. Sam Childerhouse got the consolation for Watton.

Attleborough’s recent woes continued and they are now winless in seven after a 2-0 away defeat at Kirkley and Pakefield Reserves whose goals came from Kaiden Goldspink and Karl Baker.

The game between Hindringham and Bungay finished goalless.

Norwich CEYMS manager Daniel Adcock, left, at the match against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYNorwich CEYMS manager Daniel Adcock, left, at the match against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Action from Norwich CEYMS against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. Mark Sutcliffe, left, for Mulbarton, and from second left, Tom Amis, Jack Smith, and Lewis Allen for CEYMS. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYAction from Norwich CEYMS against Mulbarton Wanderers at Swardeston. Mark Sutcliffe, left, for Mulbarton, and from second left, Tom Amis, Jack Smith, and Lewis Allen for CEYMS. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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