Blofield cut Cromer's lead

The destination of the Sterry Cup is still in the balance with leaders Cromer and Blofield vying for glory in the Anglian Combination Premier Division.

The destination of the Sterry Cup is still in the balance with leaders Cromer and Blofield vying for glory in the Anglian Combination Premier Division.

Cromer, who didn't play on Saturday, are still in pole position but Blofield leapfrogged North Walsham into second place with a 6-1 win over Loddon United and have a game in hand over the

table-topping Crabs.

Blofield's sharpshooters were Luke Adcock and Lee Skoyles who both netted a brace, Sean Brown and Chris O'Brien with Loddon's one coming from an own goal.


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Hempnall, who could have a big say in who wins the title as they visit Cromer on Tuesday, were 2-1 winners at Beccles Town. Netting for the Suffolk side were Alan Remblance and Anthony Martin, while Carl Harwin was on the scoresheet for the visitors.

It was honours even at Sprowston Athletic where four goals were shared with Mattishall. Jason Armes and Daniel Whitman scored for Sprowston while Andrew Fulcher and Michael Somerfield were on target for the Norfolk Senior Cup winners.

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St Andrews were 4-1 winners over visiting Watton United after Danny Pennell scored a hat-trick and Alex Taylor added another, with Stuart Chrystall replying for United.

Meanwhile, in Division One, Horsford United entertained Sole Bay United and took all three points with the only goal of the game from Matthew Atkins.

Reepham Town returned home from Scole United with a 3-1 victory (Mark Gaskin, Kevin Winkworth and Leon Huckle with Steven Dungar netting the consolation).

Wells were 1-0 victors over hosts Stalham Town thanks to a goal by Craig East and Wymondham beat visiting Caister 3-2. Caister's goals were scored by Jack Waitt and Kevin Jarvis while Luke Rackham and two own goals sealed victory for the Rooks.

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