Woodrow treble fires five-star Blues
Richard Woodrow fired a hat-trick as Lowestoft crushed Swaffham 5-0 at Crown Meadow on Saturday.The home side took an early lead when Woodrow fired in from the penalty spot after a Swaffham player had handled in the area.
Richard Woodrow fired a hat-trick as Lowestoft crushed Swaffham 5-0 at Crown Meadow on Saturday.
The home side took an early lead when Woodrow fired in from the penalty spot after a Swaffham player had handled in the area.
It was 2-0 on 17 minutes as Reece Hunn's perfect cross was nodded home by Gary McGee and Hunn was again the provider for the third, on 35 minutes, Woodrow providing the finish.
The former Norwich City academy player completed his treble six minutes before the break when his low free-kick from the left found the net.
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The fifth goal arrived 15 minutes from time when McGee seized on Carl Poppy's clever through ball and slotted home.
Dereham's six-game unbeaten run in the league came shuddering to a halt as they were beaten 5-1 at home by mid-table Stanway Rovers.
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Rob Thorne scored a first half-hat-trick to give the visitors a 3-0 lead in a disastrous opening period for the Magpies.
Sam Willis gave Dereham hope with a goal on 50 minutes, but with the home side chasing the game, Stanway broke to net their fourth through Sam Newsome after 73 minutes.
Newsome then scored again close to the end to complete a miserable day for Rob Taylor's men.
Wroxham stay second after earning a 1-0 win at Ipswich Wanderers.
The winning goal came on the half hour mark as Gary Gilmore rounded off a neat passing move with a clinical finish.
Norwich suffered a disappointing 2-0 defeat at Harwich & Parkeston in a battle between two teams fighting to stay clear of the relegation zone.
Lee Underwood put Norwich ahead on 19 minutes against the run of play and Jimmy Chatters doubled the lead soon after half-time.
King's Lynn Reserves lost ground on the top five as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Walsham-le-Willows
Wisbech Town dropped into the bottom three following their 6-2 thrashing at home by leaders Needham Market.
It was 2-2 at half-time as Stuart Cobb and Lee Day scored for Wisbech and it might have been even better for the home side, but Cobb missed from the penalty spot.
The leaders took full advantage of that let-off to score four more in the second half without reply.
In the First Division, Downham Town are third after winning 2-0 at struggling Long Melford.
Diss Town move up to sixth after picking up a 4-2 win at Gorleston. Lee Hunter and Nathan Thompson netted for Gorleston, but strikes from Mark Angel (2), Ryan Foster and Dale Vince ensured the three points for the Tangerines.
Yarmouth Town surrendered a first half lead to draw 1-1 at Cornard United. Thompson put the visitors ahead on the stroke of half-time, but Alani levelled matters with 20 minutes remaining.
Thetford lost 3-0 at Halstead Town.