Anglian Combination round-up: Weather plays havoc with fixtures
PUBLISHED: 06:12 06 January 2014
The wet weather played havoc with the league schedule at the weekend, with many matches being postponed.
In the Premier Division, only two games survived. Five goals from Adam Hipperson and one each from Harry Maddison and Jacob Short gave Acle United a 7-1 win at Wymondham Town, with Ben Guyton scoring for home team. Spixworth returned to winning ways at Caister thanks to goals from Jason Armes and Danny Brown. Ashley King replied for the visitors.
A few matches survived in Division One as Hellesdon took advantage of leaders Long Stratton’s inactivity by seeing off Stalham Town 3-1. Stalham had the better chances in first half and took the lead through Lawrence Cheese but Glen Spooner soon equalised. In second half, Spooner headed a second goal and a late goal from Kyle Goodey completed the scoring. Joe Rodger (two) and Thomas Markham scored for Corton but they lost 4-3 to Aylsham. Goals from Benjamin Darby (two), Richard Young and Simon Prior gave Foulsham a 4-0 win at Horsford United.