Bevis bags a treble in title chase
ANGLIAN COMBINATION: Roy Bevis fired a hat-trick as Sheringham closed in on the Premier Division title with a 4-2 win at Dersingham. The result means that Blofield, who have two games in hand, are now the only team with a realistic chance of catching the Shannocks.
Roy Bevis fired a hat-trick as Sheringham closed in on the Premier Division title with a 4-2 win at Dersingham.
The result means that Blofield, who have two games in hand, are now the only team with a realistic chance of catching the Shannocks.
Karl Fox was also on target for Sheringham, while Nelson Modeira and Billy Overton got Dersingham's goals.
Blofield, meanwhile, beat lowly Hindringham 3-0, as Ross Durrant, Chris O'Brien and Danny Brown netted.
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Loddon were 4-0 winners over North Walsham, with strikes from Daniel Ander-son, Hadlee Wright, Matthew Sadler and David Matthews.
Shane Whiley got the only goal as Sprowston Athletic edged out Brandon Town.
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Liam Campbell's double strike helped Watton on their way to a 4-2 win at Beccles.
Kevin Bloomfield and Chris Sharpe were also on target, while David Sayer and David Lees replied for the hosts.
It's all about the race for second place in Division One - and Mattishall took a significant step to winning it with a 3-2 victory at Stalham.
Gary Harbour, Jason Knight and Luke Winter scored for Mattishall, with Liam Blackwell and David Dockerty bagging Stalham's goals.
That put Mattishall level on points with second-placed Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves, who were beaten
2-1 at Scole United. James Denny and Graham Ruddock were the Scole scorers, with Darren Glynn getting K&P's reply. K&P, who have one game remaining, still hold the better goal difference, but Mattishall have a game in hand.
Wymondham had six different goalscorers in their 6-2 triumph over Caister - Timothy Hill, Luke Rackham, Ben Williamson, James Wells, Adam Plumstead and Jamie Speller.