Anglian Combination round-up
Beccles Town are the new leaders of the Premier Division after Acle United stumbled 2-1 at Blofield. The Suffolk side hosted Cromer and won 2-1 with a brace by Alan Remblance which saw them rise one place to the top.
Beccles Town are the new leaders of the Premier Division after Acle United stumbled 2-1 at Blofield.
The Suffolk side hosted Cromer and won 2-1 with a brace by Alan Remblance which saw them rise one place to the top. The Crabs' goal was by Ben Sharman.
Blofield's win (with goals by Roy Bevis and Danny Brown) saw them climb from fourth to second while defeated Acle (Lewis Holsworth), dropped from top to third place.
At the other end of the table, it was a good weekend for lowly Sheringham who went four places up the table with a 5-0 win over visiting Sprowston Athletic. Scoring for the Shannocks were Kristian Gleave with two, Ben Price, Billy Edwards and Thomas Graver.
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In a mid-table battle Brandon (Roy Peckham) and visitors Loddon (James Marjoribanks) drew 1-1.
Hempnall jumped from ninth to sixth after going nap at lowly Dersingham, who scored a consolation through Cameron Copeland. Hempnall scorers were Tom Halliwell, Paul Franklin, Carl Harwin, Kelvin Willmott and Kristian Jones.
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Mattishall's game against visitors Wroxham Reserves was abandoned on 69 minutes after an injury to the hosts' Graeme Wooden, who was taken to hospital with a fractured ankle and leg.
The game had been 2-2 with Ben Lewis and Gary Starling scoring for Mattishall and James Bulman and Colin Wines for the Yachtsmen.
Watton won 3-1 at Spixworth with Kevin Bloomfield netting a brace and Mark Allibone one. Mark Bloomfield scored for the hosts. North Walsham won 4-2 at St Andrew's (Kyle Downes and Charlie Bartram). Walsham scorers were Alex Fitzgerald, Dale Wilton, Lee Clarke and Andrew Hanby.
In Division One, Holt's Lewis Smith and Robin Webdale secured a 2-0 win over Sole Bay.
Wayne Twomlow netted twice for Kirkley and Pakefield Res but Horsford hit three (Paul Duncan, Dale Webster and Alan Rudder. Scott Daniels hit a hat-trick for Corton in a 7-2 win at Long Stratton with Elliott Dawes scoring twice, Quinn French and an own goal. Stratton goals were by James Barnes and Ben Cussons.
Norwich St John's beat visitors Stalham 3-2 with Matthew Racher, Liam Blofeld and Luke Tuttle scoring and Robert Burton and Darren Millar in reply.
Reepham's Mark Gaskin hit two to beat visiting Hindringham (Scott Gray) 2-1 while Scole (Thomas Green) hosted Poringland and lost 3-1 (Michael Buckland, Ryan Cook, Alistair Shearer).
Wells Town (Joseph Harrison, Philip Frary) won 2-1 at Wymondham (Luke Rackham).