Crane treble leads rout of the Linnets
RIDGEONS LEAGUE: Wroxham's first game after the departure of manager Damien Hilton was a 6-0 thrashing of King's Lynn Reserves in the Ridgeons League Premier Division last night.
Wroxham's first game after the departure of manager Damien Hilton was a 6-0 thrashing of King's Lynn Reserves in the Ridgeons League Premier Division last night.
Gavin Crane netted a hat-trick with the others from Gary Gilmore, Key and an own goal.
Hilton did almost as well in his debut for leaders Lowestoft, who topped 50 Premier Division goals for the season with a 5-1 thrashing of Needham Market.
Richard Woodrow and Reece Hunn put the Trawler Boys 2-0 up in the first half and Woodrow converted a penalty to make it three before Hough and Gary McGee (penalty) completed the nap hand - Parker replying in the last minute.
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That opened a 12 point lead at the top of the table over Dereham, who suffered a 2-1 defeat at Ely City.
Dan Archer put Ely in front before the interval but the Magpies equalised in the 50th minute through Craig Terrington. Ely, however, put Dereham under mounting pressure and eventually got a headed winner through Blackman.
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Norwich United. meanwhile, were 2-0 winners over Kirkley and Pakefield, who were repeatedly denied by their former keeper, Nathan Pauling
Shaun Bammant and Keith Hetherington scored the goals which lifted the Planters out of the relegation zone.
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