Tipple keeps Mattishall flying high at Hempnall
ANGLIAN COMBINATION: Mattishall kept up their 100pc record at Hempnall in the Premier Division on Saturday thanks to Gavin Tipple's solitary strike. Tipple's fine goal made it three wins out of three for Mattishall to send them to keep them at the Premier Division summit.
Mattishall kept up their 100pc record at Hempnall in the Premier Division on Saturday thanks to Gavin Tipple's solitary strike.
Tipple's fine goal made it three wins out of three for Mattishall to send them to keep them at the Premier Division summit.
Sheringham got the better of a high scoring affair at home to Norwich St Johns to move them up into second place.
A hat-trick from John Curtis and another from Joshua Dixon ensured another three points while Matthew Racher and Aaron Kay replied for St Johns, who currently sit firmly in mid-table.
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Beccles Town bagged their second win of the season at home to Dersingham Rovers thanks to goals from Tom Roberts and Kevin Waterman while Blofield United got the better of Wroxham reserves.
James Bulman was at the double for the Yachtsmen but a brace from Neil Hurren and a goal from Greg Murphy was enough for United to seal a good victory.
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Acle United cruised to victory through goals from Luke Goreham and Oliver Harrison at North Walsham Town while Cromer were far too good for Spixworth on the road.
Neil Bugdale, Liam Landamore and Gavin Morais on target.
Matthew Parkin was on target for Loddon United but it wasn't enough to stop them from slipping to defeat at St Andrews, who saw Ben Jervis, Danny Pernell and Ben Welham grab the goals in a 3-1 win.
Brandon Town played out an entertaining 2-2 draw against Kirkley & Pakefield reserves.
Long Stratton continued their impressive start to their campaign in Division One with a comprehensive 5-1 win at home to Hindringham.
Shaun Flint (two), Mark Whitmore, David Robinson and Andrew Harvey were on target with Alex Walpole replying for the visitors.
Wells Town got the better of Bungay Town in a seven-goal thriller as they made it two wins out of two in the league so far this season.
Daniel Grocott hit two of the goals for Wells alongside strikes from Scott Gray and James Cawston while Kevin Riches, Daniel Andrews and Daniel Scriven got the goals for Bungay.
A hat-trick from David Ramsbottom helped Wymondham Town to an easy 5-2 win at Holt, whose both goals came through Lee Clarke.
Chris O'Brien (two) also got on the scoresheet for Wymondham.
Horsford United and Reepham Town played out a goalless draw but there were plenty of goals between Bradenham Wanderers and Caister.
Caister ran out 4-2 winners thanks to goals from Adam Bartram, Lee Bennett, Gary Fitzgerald and Mark Lake while Karl Bush and Ricky Forder replied for Wanderers.
Stalham Town notched their second win of the season at home to Sprowston Athletic, whose Chrisos Karakanna gave them the lead.
However, this advantage was cancelled out by goals from David Dockerty and Sam Jones.