Ten goals are shared at Scole
ANGLIAN COMBINATION: Mattishall missed out in sensational fashion on a chance to go top of Division One when they were held 5-5 at Scole. With leaders Bungay having their match at St Andrews postponed Mattishall needed a win to overtake them.
Mattishall missed out in sensational fashion on a chance to go top of Division One when they were held
5-5 at Scole.
With leaders Bungay having their match at St Andrews postponed Mattishall needed a win to overtake them. But their nap hand - two goals each from Gary Starling and Chris Hall, plus one from Duncan Hewitt - was matched by James Edwards (two), Gary Hurren, Simon Green and an own goal.
In the Premier Division leaders Hempnall (Shaun Flint and Matthew Cawston) were held 2-2 at home by lowly Hindringham (Scott Gray and Daniel Peczkowski).
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Champions Wroxham Reserves were well beaten at AFC Norwich, who won 3-0 with goals from James Denmark, Kyle Halsey and Carlos Blanco.
The other game in a reduced Premier Division programme saw Brandon Town (Kevin Sobiechowski, Neil Edwards and an own goal) beat Cromer (David Harwood) 3-1.
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