Anglian Combination: Acle United smash six past Norwich Ceyms as fixtures take a battering
- Credit: SIMON FINLAY
Just two of the five Premier Division matches survived the soaking Easter Monday weather conditions – with all the lower division games postponed.
Although Spixworth remain top of the table, Acle United are now only one point behind, with two games in hand, after hammering third-placed Norwich Ceyms 6-0, with goals from Joshua Knights (2), Aaron Sanders (2), Daniel Foreman and Ricky Forder.
Blofield United moved up to fifth after a 7-1 win over Scole United. The conditions at Blofield, were wet and very windy but the pitch was playable.
With the wind blowing straight down the pitch, Blofield had the early advantage and Alex Niescierowicz put them ahead after just five minutes. They created several chances and Jon Wynne added a second after 25 minutes. Scole battled hard, but Kris Hart added a third, just before half-time. At the start of the second half, Ben Morgan scored a fourth and Jamie Smith made it 5-0. Jordan McCue got a consolation goal for Scole, but Morgan and Smith scored again to complete an emphatic win.
The game between Caister and Long Stratton started, and at half-time Caister were leading 3-0, but the referee decided to abandon the match before the second half could kick off.
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