Beccles take over in pole position
Beccles took over at the top of the Premier Division after a 2-0 home win over Mattishall, with Neil McMorran and Alan Remblance netting. Former leaders Acle dropped to third place after losing 2-0 to third-from-bottom Sheringham who rose three places as a result.
Beccles took over at the top of the Premier Division after a 2-0 home win over Mattishall, with Neil McMorran and Alan Remblance netting.
Former leaders Acle dropped to third place after losing 2-0 to third-from-bottom Sheringham who rose three places as a result. Billy Edwards scored both goals for the Shannocks.
North Walsham are second after beating Spixworth United 2-1 with goals by Matthew Lown and David Hinton, with Damian Didwell scoring the reply.
Dersingham Rovers got their first win of the season, beating St Andrews 3-1 with Daniel Jezeph, Gary English and an own goal enough for victory. Danny Pennell replied for the visitors.
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Horsford United (Stewart Barker, Alan Rudder and Scott McKinney) beat hosts Caister 3-2 with Lee Turner and Nicky Crawley scoring for the seasiders. Scole United's Lee Ruddock, Thomas Green and Nyle Barker scored to give their side a 3-1 win over visitors Bungay Town (Myles Clarke).
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