Anglian Combination round-up: Burdett helps himself to hat-trick as Blofield hit the goal trail

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Com

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Combination. Photo: Steve Adams

Leaders Blofield United went on a goal spree against Sheringham, winning 7-2.

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Com

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Combination. Photo: Steve Adams

Stephen Burdett notched a hat-trick with the others from Chris Holmes (2), Ashley Mitchell and Steven McNicholas. Sheringham's goals came from James Cooper and Colin Wines.

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Com

Action from East Harling Reserves' 2-1 win at Freethorpe Reserves in division six of the Anglian Combination. Photo: Steve Adams

Blofield now lead Acle – who were without a game – on goal difference.

Goals from Danny Brown (2) and Ben Eyre earned Spixworth a 3-3 draw with Mattishall, whose scorers were Jake Anema (2) and Chris Halls. Dersingham Rovers continued their good run with a 2-0 win over Loddon United, with a Robert Palmer brace.

Two goals from Andrew Moody and one from Lloyd Quinton gave Reepham Town a 3-1 over Wymondham Town, whose goal came from Freddie Turner. Norwich CEYMS beat Beccles Town 1-0 through Lewis Easter while Blake Robinson and an own goal gave Wroxham Reserves a 2-1 win over Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves (Alex Holmes). St Andrews beat Caister 2-0, thanks to Lloyd Wilkinson and Scott Woodgate.


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In Division One, Long Stratton stay top after a 5-0 win over Holt United, with goals from Thomas Wright (2), John Curtis and Ben Nichols. Richard Young (2) and Ben Darby scored for Foulsham in a 3-3 draw with Horsford United, whose scorers were Dale Webster, Jake Watson and Ross Pantry.

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