Anglian Combination: Acle head for Premier Division summit

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James Foreman's goal was enough to give Acle United a 1-0 win at Long Stratton as they went top of the Premier Division on goal difference.

Norwich CEYMS are close behind thanks to a 3-0 win over Mattishall after goals from from Darren Smith, Jack Hurrell and Connor Bassett. Wayne Twomlow and Kaiden Goldspink scored for Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves as they drew 2-2 with Harleston Town, their scorers being Chris Hall and Fionn Goodwin-Wright.

Reepham Town travelled to Blofield United and won 2-1 with goals from Joseph Manning, Mark George and Stephen Drake for the home team.

Spixworth slipped up, losing 4-1 at Sheringham, thanks to a brace apiece from Andrew Hubbard and Tom Graver. Goals from Jordan Penty and Nathan Howard earned Dersingham Rovers a 2-1 win over Cromer Town and Caister beat Wroxham Reserves 2-0, scorers Anton Ward and Henry Barnden.

St Andrews won 2-0 at Wymondham Town.


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Beccles Town are in the Suffolk Senior Cup quarter-finals after beating Wickham Market 7-1, with a hat-trick from Alan Remblance, two from Joseph Clark and one each from Alex Holmes and Sam Roberts.

In Division One, Mulbarton Wanderers went top on goal difference, beating Aylsham 2-0 thanks to goals from Simon Freemantle and Jamie Butler. James Edwards and Steven Dungar scored for Scole United but they lost 3-2 to Hempnall.

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Hindringham drew 1-1 with Foulsham with goals from Kieran Bacon and Chris Gibbons.

Horsford United also drew 1-1 with North Walsham Town, scorers Joseph McFarlane and Perry Payne. Goals from Matthew Sadler and Chris Baker earned Loddon United a 2-2 draw with Holt United, Lee Clarke getting both their goals.

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