Cussons on target as Scole claim first league win
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Scole United got their season up and running when they recorded their first win.
Edwards Cussons and an own goal earned Scole – promoted to the Premier Division last season – a 2-0 win over visiting Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves. Scole remain bottom, three points behind Harleston Town but with a game in hand. Harleston beat Norwich Ceyms 1-0, with Ollie Willis scoring.
At the other end of the table, Haydn Davis, Stephen Kelly and Przemyslaw Ptak got the goals for St Andrews to earn the leaders a 3-2 victory over Caister, whose goalscorers were Keegan Taylor and Gaz Ward.
Acle United are a point behind after beating Mattishall 3-0 with goals from Bradley Hyde, Aaron Sanders and Sam Bryant.
Goals from Alex Niescierowicz (2), Jamie Smith and Ashley Mitchell gave Blofield United a 4-3 win over Wroxham Reserves, whose scorers were Daniel Rogers (2) and Marcus Wilkinson.
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Dersingham Rovers beat Long Stratton 3-0, with goals from Alex Clunan, Nelson Moreira and Scott English. Mark Appleton scored for Mulbarton Wanderers but they lost 2-1 to Cromer, whose goals came from Alex Dyball and Karl Horton.
Jordan Rocastle (2), Kane Taylor, Paul Cook and Scott Woodcock gave Spixworth a 5-2 win at Reepham Town, whose goals came from Ashley Dearing and Andrew Hanby.
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Waveney stay top of Division One on goal difference, despite not playing, as Beccles Town could only draw 1-1 at Hindringham.