Shannocks in surprise defeat

Sheringham stay top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division despite their shock 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Brandon, for whom John Waites and Lee Webber scored - Paul Winterbone netting for the Shannocks.

Sheringham stay top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division despite their shock 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Brandon, for whom John Waites and Lee Webber

scored - Paul Winterbone netting for the Shannocks.

Cromer Town leap-frogged Lowestoft Reserves after beating the Suffolk side 4-1 with Joe Kerry hitting a hat-trick and Darren Terrington adding the other. The Blues' consolation came from Kristian Jones.

Rising to second place was Blofield United, who beat Attleborough Town


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3-1 with a brace from David Stevens and one from Ben Morgan.

Beccles Town remain fifth after beating lowly St Andrews 1-0, with Alan Remblance on the scoresheet.

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Dersingham Rovers put four past Sprowston Athletic, with Nelson Modeira hitting a hat-trick and Paul English netting, while Scott McKinney and Matthew Racher completed the 4-2 scoreline.

Halvergate United's Jamie Long hit four goals and Chris Fielding two in a comprehensive 6-1 win over bottom side Norwich Union (Ian Sadd).

Elsewhere, Mattishall beat Acle United 2-0 and Wroxham Reserves and North Walsham had a 0-0 draw.

Division One leaders Hindringham gained a 1-0 win over Hempnall with Mark Betts netting.

Southwold Town's 3-0 win over Wells Town saw them rise from eighth to second in the table.

Holt dropped from second to third after losing 2-0 to Loddon, who rose two places from second to bottom as a result. Long Stratton beat Aylsham Wanderers 3-2 and Scole United beat Watton by the same scoreline.

Sprowston Wanderers lost to visitors Gayton United 3-1, Stalham Town beat Dereham Town Reserves 2-0 and Wymondham lost 2-1 to Mundford.

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