Anglian Combination: Henery bags a brace as Acle claw their way back for a point
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
It was draws all round at the top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division.
In the top-of-the-table clash, leaders Long Stratton were held 1-1 at home by Spixworth. The goals came from Mark Appleton and Samuel Gauntlett for the visitors.
Third-placed Acle United found themselves 2-0 down at Norwich CEYMS (Lewis Allen and Jack Hurrell) but Acle fought back for a point, with two goals from Timothy Henery.
Blofield United closed the gap, beating Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves 6-2 – scorers were Joseph Manning (2), Ben Morgan, Thomas Cullumbine, Dan Wynne and an own goal while Mike Tacon and Kaiden Goldspink scored for Kirkley.
Goals from Kieran Hack (2) and Danny Heller gave Caister a 3-1 win over Cromer, with Joshua Halliday replying.
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St Andrews beat Wroxham Reserves 1-0, Alex Taylor on target.
Mattishall won 4-0 at Sheringham, with goals from Lee Moran, Jake Anema, Chris Hall and Daniel Palmer.
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Reepham beat Wymondham 3-1 with two goals from Dale Rayner and one from Ashley Dearing. Shaun Blyth replied for the visitors.
In Division One, leaders Beccles Town beat Foulsham 3-1 with goals from Alan Remblance (2) and Joseph Clark.
Mulbarton Wanderers stay second after beating Poringland Wanderers 9-0 – Simon Freemantle bagged five goals, with two for Daniel Bland and one apiece from Dale Simpson and Jesse Payne-Wilkins.