Wroxham defy the weather

Only two games beat the soggy weather in the Premier Division - and Wroxham Reserves tightened their stranglehold on top spot by winning at Cromer.

Only two games beat the soggy weather in the Premier Division - and Wroxham Reserves tightened their stranglehold on top spot by winning at Cromer.

Paul Cook scored for Wroxham and an own goal gave them a 2-1 win, with Thomas Davies finding the net for Cromer.

In the only other Premier Division game to go ahead, Sheringham recorded a 1-0 win at home to Lowestoft Town Reserves, courtesy of Roy Bevis' strike. The victory lifts Sheringham up to fourth, level on points with second-placed Blofield and Norwich Union, who are third.

Wymondham Town were singing in the rain as they beat Scole United 4-0 in the only Division One match of the day to survive the weather.


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Blair Scadden, Christopher Priest, James McCloy and David Ramsbottom were Wymondham's goalscorers.

Result of the day in Division Two was achieved by lowly Mundford, who picked up just their second win of the season, beating Great Yarmouth Reserves 2-0.

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