Anglian Combination round-up: Spixworth stay top but Harleston maintain perfect start

Action from Harleston's win over Waveney. Picture: BRYAN GRINT

Action from Harleston's win over Waveney. Picture: BRYAN GRINT - Credit: Archant

Scott Woodgate and Darren Terrington scored for Spixworth as they won 2-1 at Mulbarton Wanderers to stay top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division.

Close behind and with a game in hand, Harleston Town beat Waveney 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Nathan Russell and one from Kyle Downs.

Harleston have now won all seven of their games so far this season without conceding a goal.

Matty Doyle and Payton Swatman scored for Wroxham Reserves to beat Caister 2-0.

A Robbie Fryers goal earned Blofield United a 1-0 win over Reepham Town whilst Acle United beat Cromer Town 5-0.

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Stalham Town went to Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves and won 4-0, scorers Laurence Cheese (2), Pat Gainsford and Jordan Tipple. Goals from Cezary Drewek and Xavier Huckle gave Mattishall a 2-1 win over Norwich CEYMS, Lewis McKerell got their goal.

Ryan Pye and Mason Roe scored for St Andrews as they drew 2-2 with Long Stratton their scorers were Sam Paige and Adam Solly.

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Division One leaders, Aylsham beat Foulsham 4-1 with goals from Sam Potter, Jamie Oliver, Dale Giggs, Tom Bush and Stuart Deadman for the visitors.

David Shade scored for Beccles Town but they lost 2-1 to Hellesdon, their scorers were Connor Charlesworth and Keegan Charlesworth.

A goal from Nick Hook was enough to give Bradenham Wanderers a 1-0 win at Bungay Town and leapfrog over them to third.

Adam Johnson and Grant Johnson scored for North Walsham Town to beat Wymondham Town 2-1, Joe Woodcock was the other scorer.

Ben Coe got two goals for Mundford but they lost 4-2 to Scole United, their goals came from David Coleman (two), Jordan McCue and Luke Ashford. Sheringham shared a 1-1 draw with Dersingham Rovers, scorers were Jordan Rocastle and Scott English.

Attleborough Town drew 0-0 with Hindringham whilst Aaron Moss, Jacob Doy scored for Holt United in their 2-1 win over Loddon, whose scorer was Matt Parkin.

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