Anglian: Pressure starts to tell on top two
Tension is building at the top of the Premier Division after the top two both failed to win. Sheringham and Brandon are now both on 53 points, but the Shannocks lead the way on goal difference after their 1-1 draw against Wroxham Reserves.
Tension is building at the top of the Premier Division after the top two both failed to win.
Sheringham and Brandon are now both on 53 points, but the Shannocks lead the way on goal difference after their 1-1 draw against Wroxham Reserves.
Paul Timm netted their goal with Oliver King replying.
Meanwhile, Brandon lost 2-1 at home to Dersingham with Stuart Able and Simon Deadman on target for the visitors. Neil Suckling scored for the home side.
Third-placed Cromer lost 3-2 at fourth-placed Blofield with Neil Maguire, Simon Blower and Danny Brown all netting for the home side with the Crabs netting through Neil Bugdale and an own goal.
At the bottom of the table, St Andrews lost 3-1 at home to North Walsham with Scott Woodcock bagging a brace for the visitors.
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Lewis Broomfield also bagged a brace as Acle United drew 2-2 with Norwich Union, for whom Norfolk County cricket captain Paul Bradshaw scored.
In Division One, Hempnall extended their lead at the top to six points after a 3-1 win a Aylsham Wanderers. Matthew Cawston, Paul Franklin and Mark Way all scored.
Second-placed Gayton could only draw 2-2 at Loddon while third-placed Hindringham won 1-0 at struggling Scole United.