Hempnall leap up four places
Biggest mover of the day in the Anglian Combination Premier Division was Hempnall who leapt from eighth to fourth place.They gained a 4-2 home win over third-placed Beccles with a hat-trick by Robert Browne and a Gareth Downs goal - with two in reply from Alan Remblance.
Biggest mover of the day in the Anglian Combination Premier Division was Hempnall who leapt from eighth to fourth place.
They gained a 4-2 home win over third-placed Beccles with a hat-trick by Robert Browne and a Gareth Downs goal - with two in reply from Alan Remblance.
Beccles drop a place, replaced by Blofield who were 1-0 winners over hosts Loddon United who drop a place to sixth. The game's only goal was netted by Chris O'Brien.
Leaders North Walsham retain top spot by three points despite their derby game at Cromer postponed.
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In a packed top half of the table, many of the Angels' rivals have several games in hand over them.
Acle United hosted Dersingham Rvrs and lost 2-1, with James Foreman scoring their goal but Thomas Nicol and Nelson Modeira on the scoresheet for the visitors.
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Brandon Town lost to visitors Spixworth United 3-2. United's goals came courtesy of Ramsey Gashut, Duncan Whitlam and Andrew Hayton with the hosts' ones from Shane Leach and Wayne Proctor.
Sheringham beat Watton 2-1 thanks to Jonathan Abbs and an own goal, with Luke Richards scoring United's consolation.
Sprowston Athletic put three (Aaron Nixon, Jason Armes and Lee Campbell) past Wroxham Reserves with one in reply by Joshua Walsh.
The division's other fixture, Mattishall v St Andrews, was postponed.
Meanwhile, in Division One, Caister beat Sole Bay Utd 3-0 with a brace by Nicky Crawley and the other one scored by Daniel Crane.
Corton were 2-1 winners over visitors Scole United whose goal was scored by James Abbott while Stuart Bloomfield and Tony Baxter were the marksmen for the home side.
Scott Gray scored twice for Hindringham, with Karl Pask scoring the other in a 3-2 win over Stalham, who had Trevor Gannon and Daniel Tindall on target.
Holt hosted near neighbours Reepham and lost 1-0 with the goal coming from James Page.
Horsford United (Scott McKinney and an own goal) and Bungay Town (Paul Bullen and Shane Ward) shared four goals in their game.
Norwich St John's scored just one goal (Aaron Kay) as visitors Kirkley and Pakefield Reserves proved too strong with Rory French netting a brace, Matthew Rudder and an own goal contributing to a 4-1 scoreline.
Poringland Wanderers lost to visitors Wymondham Town 2-1.
The Rooks' goals were by Chris Priest and an own goal, with Chris Talford netting for the home team.
Long Stratton went nap against Wells who netted a consolation by Craig East. Shaun Flint scored four goals and Ben Cussons got the other.