Anglian Combination round-up: Harleston Town flying high after firing six past Stalham
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It was a case of goals galore to start September as Harleston joined CEYMS at the top of the Premier Division thanks to a 6-3 win at Stanway Town.
Lewis Crosby and two own goals saw the home side hit three but a hat-trick from Nathan Stone as well as a brace from Nicky Howell and a Connor Delaney strike saw the visitors take the points.
Bradenham continued their good start to the season with a 3-1 win at home against Blofield. Tom Spalding, Ricky Forder and Scott Sutherland-Grey scored for the home side with Dan Stobbart replying for the Beavers.
Caister also came out on the right side of a 3-1 win at home to St Andrews with Gaz Ward, Keegan Middleton and Adam Grey finding the net. Dan Bowen got St Andrews' consolation.
Long Stratton edged out Wroxham Reserves at Manor Road as they won 2-1 courtesy of goals from Ross Bilham and Adam Race with Billy Wren scoring for the Yachtsmen's second string.
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Mattishall are one of two teams still to register a point as they lost 3-1 at home to Hellesdon. Xavier Huckle scored for Mattishall but two goals from Jack Hurrell along with a strike from Tom Blake saw the visitors take the points.
Reepham got their first win of the season following a 2-1 win over promoted Beccles Town at Simpsons Piece. Joe Wright got a brace for the Robins with Neil Hurren scoring for Beccles.
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Waveney scored five of the eight goals at home against bottom side Acle with Adam King (two), James Londale (two) and Kirk Galic getting their goals. Ryan Flint, Stephen Drake and Jose Grandao replied for Acle.
Two sides struck no fewer than seven goals in Division One. Attleborough were on the receiving end as they lost 7-1 at home against North Walsham. Jack Flynn scored for the home side but they were undone by a hat-trick from Connor Kerry as well as goals from Jay Robertson, Colm McGilway, Luke Everson and Dale Wilton.
London were the other side to hit seven as they won 7-0 away at Cromer to get their first points of the season. Matt Eyre grabbed six goals for the visitors with Jamie Weston-King getting the other.
Mundford had a good 4-2 win at home against promoted side Yelverton. Ian Fancett got two for the home side and there were goals from Adam Leamon and Robert Sayer. Alex Hunton and James Cole scored for the away side.
Scole and Aylsham shared the points in a 2-2 draw. James Harrison and Ben Norton-Hugman got the goals with Phil Read and Stuart Boam scoring for the visitors.
UEA are still without a win as they went down 3-1 at home against early leaders Sheringham. Tim Carey, Jack Crane and George Abbott scored for Sheringham with Tom Young replying for UEA.
Watton made it two wins in a row as they saw off Kirkley Reserves at home. Kade Bond and Sam Childerhouse getting their goals.
Hoveton and Bungay played out a 0-0 draw.