No surrender yet from the Yachtsmen
Phil Banyard Ridgeons League: Champions Wroxham stayed in the frame for title honours as they saw off bottom club Newmarket 2-0 on Saturday.The Yachtsmen went ahead on 25 minutes when a flowing move ended with Danny White supplying Paul Cook with a chance which he headed home.
Champions Wroxham stayed in the frame for title honours as they saw off bottom club Newmarket 2-0 on Saturday.
The Yachtsmen went ahead on 25 minutes when a flowing move ended with Danny White supplying Paul Cook with a chance which he headed home.
Andy Key then wrapped up the points as he headed in a cross from Shaun Howes in the closing stages.
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The Blues were trailing 2-1 with eight minutes to go, but a penalty from Richard Woodrow and Jamie Godbold's winner two minutes from time rescued the home side.
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Bradley Hough had put Lowestoft
1-0 up on 48 minutes, only for the visitors to hit back with two goals in eight minutes, but Lowestoft's late surge saw them to victory.
Wisbech enjoyed a 3-1 home win against Harwich & Parkeston.
Stuart Ablett lobbed the Fenmen in front on 34 minutes, but Harwich levelled 11 minutes after half-time through Matt Carmichael.
Mark Jimson scrambled the ball over the line after the Harwich keeper had failed to gather a corner on the hour and James McManus sealed the win, running on to Billy Smith's first time pass and shrugging off a defender before beating the keeper.
Dereham - who named 16-year-olds George Wilson and Greg Mann among their substitutes - drew 0-0 at home to Leiston.
Tom Jeal marked his Norwich United debut with a goal, but could not prevent the Planters falling to a
3-2 defeat at Histon Reserves.
Neil Kennedy put Histon ahead on seven minutes, but Jeal, signed on the morning of the game from Bury Town, equalised with a 25-yard shot.
Parity only lasted three minutes as Kennedy netted his second and Histon stretched their lead when Matty Haniver beat United keeper Matthew Hill from long distance.
Francis Kumbur reduced the arrears in the second half, but United were unable to force an equaliser.
King's Lynn Reserves suffered back to back defeats against Mildenhall, who followed up their 2-0 win at The Walks three weeks ago with a 1-0 success on Saturday.
Swaffham were also beaten on their travels, losing 1-0 at Ipswich Wanderers.
In Division One, Stewart Roach scored twice to help Great Yarmouth to a 3-2 win at home to FC Clacton.
After a goalless first half, Clacton went ahead in the 53rd minute, but Nicky Crawley headed Yarmouth level. Roach then hit two goals in quick succession to put the Bloaters in charge, before Clacton pulled one back late on.
Gorleston scored for the 17th time in three games against Fakenham this season as they beat the Ghosts 5-1 at Clipbush Park.
After the Greens' early season 8-0 success in the league and a 4-1 cup win, goals from Luke Goreham, Peter Lambert, Gary Ingram (2) and Gary Todd completed their latest convincing win. Kieran Bacon was Fakenham's goalscorer, finding the net with a speculative effort from the left touchline.
Downham picked up their second successive win after a run of three defeats, with a 2-1 win at Stowmarket, but Thetford crumbled to a 5-2 defeat at Whitton United.