Yachtsmen suffer Vase hangover
It was after the Lord Mayor's Show for Wembley-bound Wroxham yesterday as they returned to Ridgeons League Premier Division action at Histon Reserves. Forty-eight hours after completing their FA Vase semi-final success over Whitehawk, the Yachtsmen went down 3-1 to their struggling hosts, with Owen Painter getting their consolation goal.
It was after the Lord Mayor's Show for Wembley-bound Wroxham yesterday as they returned to Ridgeons League Premier Division action at Histon Reserves.
Forty-eight hours after completing their FA Vase semi-final success over Whitehawk, the Yachtsmen went down 3-1 to their struggling hosts, with Owen Painter getting their consolation goal.
Wroxham continue to clear their backlog of league fixtures tomorrow when they go to Walsham-le-Willows.
Kirkley & Pakefield missed a chance to move up to third place in the Premier Division when they drew 1-1 at Leiston but Dereham Town had a 2-1 home win over Haverhill. An early goal from skipper Adam Gusterson, who glanced in Craig Terrington's free-kick, put the Magpies in front after Adam Smith and Ollie Willis signed new contracts before the game. Scott Roberts slid home another Terrington cross for the second before Haverhill pulled a goal back when Neil Cogger's flag kick deceived keeper John Higgs and made its way directly into the net.
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A brace from Ross Harper helped Wisbech to a 4-1 victory at bottom club Wivenhoe while a penalty from Steve Harley gave Mildenhall a 1-0 home win over Ely City.
The day's biggest Ridgeons League crowd was down in Division One, where 214 paid to watch the Gorleston v Yarmouth derby.
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In the end it was Bloaters fans who went home the happier with the game settled by a single goal - Stewart Roach's 16th of the season.
It was a memorable one, too, with Roach twisting to head in a free-kick from Scott Woodcock.
Steve Best, having returned to the Yarmouth defence after injury, had to be taken to hospital with a cut lip during a game which saw seven players receive yellow cards.
The result kept Yarmouth firmly in the running for the title, two points adrift of leaders Brantham - who beat Ipswich Wanderers 2-0 - with a
game in hand.