Brilliant Brett inspires Quebec
Richard Brett helped himself to four goals as Quebec Rovers stunned AFC Wanderers at Eaton Park.
The current champions left the Senior Cup holders, and everyone else in the Premier Division, in no doubt that they intend to hang on to their title as Jordan Scotter and Matt Elwin also got on the scoresheet. Cushion got the Wanderers’ reply.
Acle Rangers top the division after a third straight win, 2-0 at Norman Wanderers and Dog House are third after a 4-2 (Reeves 2, Armstrong, Timms) win at Norwich Busmen. A fine strike by Jason Armes proved to be the winner as Marlborough scored the only goal at Silver Fox.
North Walsham have maximum points at the top of Division One A after beating Windmill Wanderers 2-0.
Reepham Town’s 4-2 win over Norman Wanderers Res saw them move into second spot, while at Hainford YCOB, Nick Mace was on target for the home side as they drew 1-1 with Vale Longo. Jason Drake scoring for the visitors.
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In Division One B, Haig FC gained quick revenge on St Faiths when they won the return fixture 3-1. There was a similar story too for league leaders Norfolk CCSC as they went down to Sprowston 6-0.
The Castlegate top Division Two A after an 8-2 win at The Stores, whilst DCS Rapid gained a good 3-2 win at Stoke FC. Dussingdale Rovers continued their good start to the season, beating Norman Wanderers A 4-1.
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In Division Two B, Spixworth Sunday made it three from three, winning 5-1 at Wymondham Res and an amazing game at Acle Rangers Res saw the home side share 10 goals with visitors Sporting Farmhouse.
John Norman scored for PL Rangers away to Taverham United, but the home side scored late in the game to take a point and a Tyrone Parrish penalty gave Poringland Res a 1-0 win at The Gordon.
Hockering’s 3-1 win at Caseys Cosmos sees them continue at the top of Division Three A and despite goals by Zak Virgin and Steven Bramble, Dancing Farmers went down 4-2 at home to second placed Wellington Pink Uns.
The division’s other game saw Newsman Celtic defeat Temple Bar by the odd goal of five.
In Division Three B, two goals by Sam Brewster followed by others from Mark Ratcliffe, Wes Barton and Robert Bridge helped AFC Oak to a good 5-1 victory at Freethorpe.
Jason Perry, Kyle Appleton, Daniel Bruce and Lee Spencer all found the net as Heartsease FC beat Maid Marian 4-0 and Moles Rest came back from Aylsham Res with a 4-3 win under their belts. Earlham Utd Res and Unicorns Res took a point each in a 2-2 draw.
Riverside Rovers remain unbeaten in Division Four A after a 2-0 home win over New Buckenham, while there were first victories of the season for Earlham Colney, 4-3 at Caseys Cosmos Reserves and Temples Property 3-2 at Sporting Longdale Reserves for whom Jamie Platten and Matt Atherton scored.
In Division Four B, Salhouse Rovers had the day’s biggest win, 10-0 at Spixworth Reserves thanks to goals by Oliver Harper (4), Neil Woolner (3), Leroy Peter, Chris Newton and Kel Haywood. Windmill Elite won 3-0 at Hethersett Res and Wendene Wanderers recorded a 2-0 victory at Dereham United.
• This week’s one to watch throws up a game in Division Three A where early pacesetters Hockering travel to last season’s Division Four A runners-up Sprowston Royal Oak.
Hockering manager Adrian Sparrow admitted that the acquisition of two new players from Temple Bar had strengthened the first team no end.
Royal Oak are hoping that they can have as good a season as last year when they gained the runners-up spot and lifted the Sunday Junior Cup. The game on Sunday is at Rackheath Playing Field, with kick-off at 10.30am.