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Anglian Combination round-up: Bungay through to Mummery Cup quarter-finals after derby victory over Beccles

PUBLISHED: 12:41 29 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:41 29 October 2017

Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Archant Norfolk 2017

There was a limited programme in the Anglian Combination due to the Mummery Cup last 16 ties taking place.

Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Bungay caused the big upset of the day as they beat Premier Division Beccles 5-0 at home thanks to goals from new signing Jordan Wheeler (2), John Riches (2) and Dom Mirner.

Harleston progressed with a 2-0 win at home over Mattishall with their goals coming from Scott Roberts and James Pipe.

Wroxham Reserves continued their recent good run with a 1-0 win away at Hellesdon. Jordan Bond the man bagging the winner.

St Andrews fell to their third consecutive defeat as they went down 2-1 away at Long Stratton. James Bemrose and Danilo Campoli gave Stratton a two-goal lead before Sam Tinkler scored for the visitors.

Bradenham (white) in action against struggling Reepham last week.
 Picture: ANTONY KELLY Bradenham (white) in action against struggling Reepham last week. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

CEYMS are still unbeaten this season as they won 3-1 at home against Caister. Darrell Delaney, Darren Smith and Tom Amis got the home side’s goals with Nick Bailey replying for Caister.

Scole were looking for an upset at home against Mulbarton but the Premier side went home with a 4-1 win thanks to goals from Jamie George (2), Elliot Altay and Mark Sutcliffe. Matthew Brown grabbed a consolation for Scole.

Sheringham won the battle of the Division One sides as they won 3-0 at home against Mundford thanks to strikes from Jack Crane, Tim Cary and an own goal.

Blofield progressed without kicking a ball as Hoveton called off.

Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY Bradenham (white) v Reepham football action. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

In the Premier Division Acle won for the first time in five as they picked up a 3-1 win at home against Stalham. Stuart Garner (2) and Simon Peacock got the home side’s goals with Pat Gainsford scoring for Stalham.

Bradenham moved up to third with a thumping 6-1 win over basement side Reepham. A hat-trick from Joel Brien was added to by goals from Rob Thurley, Jason Hunt and Liam Stockell. Emanuel Thurston scored for Reepham.

Division One saw five game as Attleborough drew 2-2 at home to Hindringham. Dan Miles and Dan Whitman scored for the hosts but Matt Hudson and Darren West earned the away side a point.

Aylsham got back to winning ways with a 5-1 home win against Watton. A hat-trick from James Oliver was added to by Matt Billing and Stuart Boam. Sam Childerhouse scored for Watton.

Bradenham Wanderers on the front foot during their 6-1 victory over Reepham Town on Saturday in the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY Bradenham Wanderers on the front foot during their 6-1 victory over Reepham Town on Saturday in the Premier Division of the Anglian Combination. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Wymondham are still unbeaten and now up to second as they scored five without a reply away at Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves. A hat-trick from Liam Moriarty and a goal each for Ashley Mitchell and Charlie Blake earning the away side the points.

UEA went one better as they won 6-0 at home against struggling Cromer. Ivan Otono (2), Owen Betts, Ryan Swift, John Kahodi and an own goal saw them take the points.

Yelverton made in three in a row as goals from Tom Pitchell, Paul Timms and Tom Crabb gave them a 3-0 win at home against struggling Loddon.

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