One point enough for Brandon
ANGLIAN COMBINATION: Brandon are the new leaders of the Premier Division - despite dropping two home points in a top of the table thriller against Acle. Morning leaders Sheringham lost 1-0 at home to Beccles, which meant the two teams behind them were playing for pole position.
Brandon are the new leaders of the Premier Division - despite dropping two home points in a top of the table thriller against Acle.
Morning leaders Sheringham lost 1-0 at home to Beccles, which meant the two teams behind them were playing for pole position.
Third-placed Acle needed to win to leapfrog into top spot - but a high-scoring encounter finished 3-3, which handed the leadership to Brandon.
Kevin Sobiechowski, Shaun Brown and Michael Kent scored for Brandon with Nathan Thompson (two) and Warren Nicholls on the mark for Acle.
It was a day when any one of four teams could have ended up as pacemakers - but Hempnall were held 0-0 at home by Loddon so remain two points adrift of Brandon.
Alan Remblance scored the goal which gave Beccles victory over the Shannocks.
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Champions Wroxham Res lifted themselves away from the relegation zone with a 2-1 win at Holt, courtesy of a Paul Cook brace.
With Division One leaders St Andrews out of action Bungay Town moved to within two points of them - with a game in hand - by winning 4-2 at Wymondham with doubles from Thomas Amis and Rory French.
Mattishall dropped two points in a 2-2 draw at Sole Bay but are still very much in the hunt.