Cromer win to keep hopes alive

Cromer kept their slim hopes of catching Premier Division leaders Wroxham Reserves alive with a 3-2 win at Blofield United. Goals from Simon Durrant, Tom Davies and Darren Terrington saw them to victory, with Danny McKail netting twice for Blofield.

Cromer kept their slim hopes of catching Premier Division leaders Wroxham Reserves alive with a 3-2 win at Blofield United.

Goals from Simon Durrant, Tom Davies and Darren Terrington saw them to victory, with Danny McKail netting twice for Blofield.

But to have a realistice chance of winning the title, Cromer still need to win all seven of their remaining games and hope Wroxham slip up in their remaining three fixtures.

Second-placed Norwich Union won 3-0 at Acle, with goals from Lee Cosgrove, Ben Soanes and an own goal.


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Hindringham's impressive form continued as they beat Hempnall 3-1, thanks to a double from Darren West and a Darryl Parsley strike. Martin Addison replied for Hempnall.

Lowestoft Town Reserves beat Dersingham Rovers 5-2. Gary Williams (2), Jake Armes, Ritchi High and Daniel Mitchell were on target for Lowestoft, while Carl Neale and Alex Scott scored for Dersingham.

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Sheringham's 3-0 victory at Sprowston Athletic came courtesy of goals from Andrew Gleave, Joshua Dixon and Ollie King.

Jamie Long scored twice to give Halvergate a 2-1 win at Beccles, with Kevin Waterman on the scoresheet for the home side.

In Division One, Loddon moved into pole position after beating Scole United 2-1. Hadlee Wright and Chris Hancock scored the goals to put them above Holt, who were without a game, while Henry Rush netted for Scole.

Watton United are not yet out of the running, as their 3-0 win at Wymondham, courtesy of goals from Paul Nicholls (2) and Lewis Broomfield, kept them in touch with the leaders.

Individual performance of the day came from Daley Palmer, who fired six goals in Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves' 8-1 mauling of their Fakenham counterparts.

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