Anglian Combination round-up: Norwich CEYMS and Harleston Town maintain perfect starts
Norwich CEYMS and Harleston maintained their perfect starts in the Anglian Combination Premier Division.
Harleston ran out 4-1 winners at home against St Andrews as Nathan Russell (two), Scott Roberts and Connor Delaney got Town’s goals with Dan Whiting responding for St Andrews.
CEYMS are hot on their heels as Lewis Allen, Liam Mann and Daryl Delaney earned them a 3-1 win at home against Caister for whom George Barnden scored.
Mattishall got their first win of the season with a 2-1 win away at Beccles. A penalty from Neil Hurren was not enough for the home side as Xavier Huckle and Rob Balls were on the scoresheet for Mattishall,
Wroxham made it 14 goals in two games as they came home from Blofield with a 6-1 win. Callum Cox scored for Blofield but they were undone by goals from Ryan Fuller (two) Archie Galley (two), Ryan Miles and Jordan Bond.
Bradenham and Stalham shared nine goals as the home side won 6-3. A hat-trick for Lewis Crosby wasn’t enough for Stalham as they succumbed to goals from Tom Spalding (two), Joel Bryan, Bryan Curtis, Scott Sutherland-Grey and Jack Hood.
Hellesdon scored four of the five goals against previously unbeaten Mulbarton. Jack Dyson (two), Tom Blake and Joe Keeley got the Don’s goals with Jamie George responding for the visitors.
Long Stratton went down 2-1 at home to Acle for whom Steven Drake hit both goals to seal their first points of the season.
Waveney wrapped up the Premier Division action with a 5-2 win over Reepham. Michael Tacon (two), Tom Morford, Ritchie High and Kirk Girling got the goals for the hosts with Liam Betts and Taylor Robinson scoring for Reepham.
Attleborough hit five as they won 5-1 at home to Loddon. Jack Flynn, Kieran Brown, Liam Clayton, Dan Whitman and Matt Carr scoring for Boro with Chris Ayre responding for Loddon.
Aylsham inflicted a first defeat since promotion on Hoveton as they ran out 6-2 winners at home. A hat-trick from James Oliver as well as goals from Steve Bush, Matt Bush and Matt Billings were good enough. Jack Bibby and Richard Mileham scored for Hoveton.
Hindringham suffered a 5-0 defeat at home to unbeaten Wymondham. Ashley Mitchell (two), Jason Armes, Ben Welham and Danny Pennell getting on the scoresheet.
UEA got their first win of the campaign as they scored six without reply at Kirkley and Pakefield Reserves. An Owen Betts hat-trick, two from Luke Young and a Ben Anderson goal saw the students take the points.
Mundford saw their unbeaten start come to an end away at North Walsham who won 3-1 thanks to goals from Connor Carey, Matt Eves and Luke Everson. Luke Coe replied for Mundford.
Sheringham remain top of the league as they won 2-0 at home against Scole – Tim Carey and Phil Sands scoring the goals.
The battle of the promoted sides saw the spoils shared as Yelverton drew with Watton. Harry Maddison and Elliott Lythgoe got the home side’s goals but were cancelled out by strikes from Sam Childerhouse and Jonathan Dack.
The game between Bungay Town and Cromer Town was postponed following the sad passing of former player Aiden Lowe last weekend. The league and whole local football family would like to send its regards at this difficult time.