Hilton fires reserves to big victory
Chris Lakey Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination: Damian Hilton found himself out of a job at Wroxham on Saturday - so promptly mucked in to help the reserves in their bid for Sterry Cup honours.
Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination: Damian Hilton found himself out of a job at Wroxham on Saturday - so promptly mucked in to help the reserves in their bid for Sterry Cup honours.
The Yachtsmen's first team game at Harwich & Parkeston fell victim to the weather, while the reserves' clash at home to Halvergate passed a pitch inspection.
So Hilton donned his boots - and hit the back of the net in a 6-0 home win which maintained the 12-point lead over Blofield United. Luke Winter (two), Paul Cook, Kane Taylor and Shaun Wones were also on target.
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Two goals from Daniel McKail, one from Oliver Christie and an own goal helped Blofield move into second after a 4-1 home win over Norwich Union, for whom Sean Brown was on target.
Union are third on goal difference, a point ahead of Hempnall, whose game at North Walsham was postponed. Acle's game at Beccles was also off.
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Cromer were 2-0 winners at Dersingham, where Paul Bradshaw and Jamie Hunton were on target, while Sheringham also won away, 3-2, Oliver King (two) and Roy Bevis securing the points at Brandon Town, whose scorers were John Waites and Daniel Johnstone.
Daniel Scriven got the only goal of the game as Lowestoft Town Reserves won at bottom side Hindringham while Sprowston Athletic's 2-0 home win over Mattishall was down to Damon Didwell and Neal Simmons.
In Division One, only half the games were played, but scoring honours went to Kelvin Willimott, who scored four times in the 5-2 home win over Holt, Paul Folkard the other scorer. The visitors' goals came from Toby Blowers and Josh Dixon.
Dereham Town Reserves and Loddon, first and second respectively, were without a game, but third-placed Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves were 3-1 home winners over Wells. James Bemment, Daley Palmer and Liam Harvey-Cooper scored for the hosts, Jody Murfit replying for Wells.
Bottom club Fakenham lost for the 19th time in 20 games, going down 2-1 at Stalham. Karl Barnard and Michael Reynolds scored for Stalham, with Jason Day on target for the Ghosts. In the other Division One game, Stuart Catchpole was on target as Wymondham beat Sole Bay