Anglian Combination Premier Division leaders Long Stratton ease to Mattishall win


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Long Stratton maintain their lead in the Premier Division with a 3-0 win over Mattishall thanks to goals from Grahame Bartlett, Mark Appleton and Thomas Wright.

A James Bulman goal gave second-placed Acle a 1-0 win over Wroxham Reserves. Two goals were not enough for Cromer Town as they lost 5-2 to Blofield. Ben Morgan and Thomas Cullumbine both scored twice for the Beavers, with Daniel Wynne also on target, while Ben Graver and Darren Terrington scored for the Crabs.

Norwich CEYMS beat Harleston Town 1-0 thanks to Lewis Easter's goal whilst Dersingham Rovers and Caister shared a 1-1 draw with goals from Zak Fountain and Nicholas Crawley. Reepham Town travelled to Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves and won 4-1 and, in the relegation battle, Sheringham beat Wymondham Town 3-0.

In Division One Beccles Town received their team of month award prior to losing 4-0 against Stalham (Ryan Beeson, Darren Patterson, Darren Miller and Jordan Tipple).

Mulbarton Wanderers went top, on goal difference, as two goals from Simon Freemantle earned them a 2-1 win at Bradenham Wanderers, whose goal came through Thomas Spalding. Hempnall are third after beating Holt United 5-2 whilst Hellesdon beat Poringland Wanderers 6-1 thanks to goals from Kegan Charlesworth, Glen Spooner, Owen Spooner, Elliott Roe, Lloyd Quinton and Jamie Hall. Goals from Jake Rose, Ross Marrison and Gary Summons earned Loddon a 3-2 win over Horsford and North Walsham Town beat Aylsham 3-0, scorers Dale Wilton, Antoni Fawkes and Daniel Reynolds. Corton called off their match at Hindringham due to lack of players.

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