Anglian Premier trio stay ahead of the pack

The Premier Division's top three - Wroxham Reserves, Norwich Union and Hempnall - all survived the weather to record wins on Saturday.Leaders Wroxham beat Lowestoft Town Reserves 2-0, with goals from Jamie Atkins and Ben Latimer.

The Premier Division's top three - Wroxham Reserves, Norwich Union and Hempnall - all survived the weather to record wins on Saturday.

Leaders Wroxham beat Lowestoft Town Reserves 2-0, with goals from Jamie Atkins and Ben Latimer.

Norwich Union stay second after winning 3-1 at Dersingham Rovers. Josh Barzey, Lee Cosgrove and Shaun Wegg scored for the visitors, while Simon Deadman netted for Dersingham.

Martin Addison fired a hat-trick for Hempnall and Tim Downs was also on target in their 4-1 win at home to North Walsham, with Scott Woodcock scoring for Walsham.


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Sheringham beat Brandon Town 2-0 with goals from Oliver King and Kristian Gleave.

Halvergate United picked up an impressive 3-2 win at Sprowston Athletic with goals from David Lawrence (2) and Warren Nichols. Major Thornton and Jason Armes were Sprowston's goalscorers.

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In Division One, Loddon United moved to the top of the table with a 4-1 win at promotion rivals Dereham Town Reserves.

David Matthews (2), Chris Hancock and Richard Summons got Loddon's goals, while Ben Adams hit Dereham's solitary strike.

Stalham Town despatched struggling Sprowston Wanderers 4-1 thanks to goals from Michael Reynolds (2), Peter Skivington and Darren Patterson.

Joseph Harrison was the match-winner for Wells Town in their 1-0 victory at home to Attleborough.

Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves' match at home to St Andrews was abandoned after the game had started, while the rest of the programme was wiped out by the weather.

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