A point is enough for Brandon

ANGLIAN COMBINATION: Brandon snatched back top spot in the Premier Division from overnight leaders Sheringham with a 1-1 draw at North Walsham. Sheringham's 4-0 win at Cromer on Friday night put them in pole position, but Shane Leach scored for Brandon to cancel out James Clifton's goal as the visitors returned to the top on goals scored.

Brandon snatched back top spot in the Premier Division from overnight leaders Sheringham with a 1-1 draw at North Walsham.

Sheringham's 4-0 win at Cromer on Friday night put them in pole position, but Shane Leach scored for Brandon to cancel out James Clifton's goal as the visitors returned to the top on goals scored.

Hempnall are also level on points with the top two after goals from Tom Browne, Shaun Flint and Anthony Shipley gave them a 3-1 win at AFC Norwich, for whom Lee Askew was on target.

Blofield moved above Loddon - who were in Norfolk Senior Cup action - into fourth with a 3-0 win at Dersingham - James Fisher, Ross Durrant and Gareth Downs getting the goals.


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Acle eased to a 3-0 win at Holt courtesy of goals from Ben Morgan, Nathan Thompson and Damian Didwell.

Sprowston Athletic rounded off a good day for the away sides in the Premier Division with a

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3-1 victory at Hindringham. Shane Whiley (2) and Matthew Atkins scored for the visitors, while Scott Gray netted for Hindringham.

Only three games went ahead in Division One, with Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves going top after a 6-0 thumping of Attleborough Town.

Luke Catchpole (2), Wayne Twomlow, Jordan Blyth, Tarren Grint and Robert Horton were the Kirkley scorers.

St Andrews thrashed Caister 5-1, with goals from Alex Taylor, Daniel Barraclough, Alex Ingham, Daniel Gauntlet and Waters. Chris Fielding netted for Caister.

James McCloy's strike and an own goal gave Wymondham a 2-1 home win against Long Stratton, Kevin Willimott scoring for the visitors.

The games at Bungay, Scole and Sole Bay were postponed, along with the Suffolk Senior Cup ties at Beccles and Corton.

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