Latimer hits double for Anglian leaders

A brace from teenager Ben Latimer helped keep runaway leaders Wroxham Reserves 14 points clear at the top of the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination Premier Division.

A brace from teenager Ben Latimer helped keep runaway leaders Wroxham Reserves 14 points clear at the top of the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination Premier Division.

The 16-year-old scored twice, while Kane Taylor and Ben Morgan also found the net in the

4-1 win at Halvergate United.

Lee Knell scored the Hares' consolation.


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Lee Cosgrove bagged a double for second-placed Norwich Union in their 4-2 win against Dersingham Rovers.

Ian Smith and Ben Soanes were also on target for Union, with Gary English and Nelson Modeira replying.

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Near the bottom, Beccles Town did their chances of survival a power of good, beating Brandon Town 3-1.

The win, thanks to Kevin Waterman, Sam Barham and Nicholas Day moves them out of the bottom three and to within two points of Brandon who sit in 12th.

Third-placed Blofield United and Hempnall in fourth, both recorded wins, 2-0 against Hindringham and 2-1 over Sheringham respectively.

Mattishall and Cromer Town and North Walsham Town and Lowestoft Town Reserves played out 1-1 draws.

The bottom two each took a hammering in Division One.

Fakenham Town Reserves, without a win all season, were thumped 9-1 at Wymondham, with James Pipe weighing in with a hat-trick.

Stuart Catchpole, added a brace while David Ramsbottom, Coren Hardy, Mark Mitchell and James McCloy all found the target.

Sprowston Rovers, who are just a place above Fakenham, lost 7-0 at Holt United.

Matthew Sanders scored twice and Jason Hawkins, David Thompson, Chris English, Kevin Moore and Philip Durham all found the net.

The top four sides all won without conceding a goal.

Leaders Dereham Town Reserves won 2-0 at Stalham Town as Andy Moody and Osiris Gones scored.

Loddon United won by the same score at home to Attleborough Town, with Alexander Brown and Sam Watts registering.

K&P Reserves, in third, won 3-0 at Long Stratton and fourth-placed Watton United beat Gayton United, 2-0.

Jamieson Chambers found the target for Scole United in their 1-1 draw with St Andrews.

A solitary Matthew Barbrook goal was enough for Sole Bay to claim three points at Wells Town.

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