Goals flow in top two divisions

Today's Mummery Cup finalists Acle and Spixworth managed one point between them in Saturday's Premier Division games. The final is at Wroxham's Trafford Park, ko 10.30.

Acle, fourth in the league, drew 1-1 at sixth-placed Wroxham Reserves, Ashley Mitchell on target for the Yachtsmen, Nathan Thompson for Acle.

Spixworth, in 11th place, lost 3-1 at home to a Beccles Town side who are in eighth spot. Neil McMorran, Anthony Martin and an own goal gave Town the points, Craig Vincent responding.

Champions Cromer were left without a game when visitors, bottom side Brandon, called off.

Fifth-placed Blofield won 7-1 at second-bottom Dersingham. Robert Woodcock and James Basey-Fisher each scored a brace, Greg Murphy, Chris Holmes and Ian Wooston also on target as Dersingham replied through Ben Walker.


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Loddon, fourth bottom, won 2-0 at tenth-placed Sheringham while Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves, fifth-bottom, drew 0-0 at mid-table Hempnall.

Two teams in Division One hit six goals.

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Hindringham won 6-1 at home to Caister with goals from Jack Ainsley, Gary Belton, David Coslett, Mark Betts, Luke Goss and Kevin Whitred, with a reply from Ben Ford.

Bungay were 6-2 home winners over Watton with Daniel Andrews claiming five goals and Craig Sartain one. Watton responded through Sam Fincham and Michael Callaghan.

Division champions Wells beat runners-up Wymondham 4-0 at Beach Road, Scott Sutherland-Gray (2), Joseph Harrison and Daniel Grocott on target.

Bradenham finish in third spot. They drew 1-1 at home to Stalham, Karl Bush their scorer with Nicholas Meale replying.

Corton's Ethan Mills claimed a hat-trick and Quinn French chipped in as they beat visitors Long Stratton 4-1, Terry Green scoring for the visitors.

Poringland drew 3-3 at home to Reepham, Vaughan Stevenson (2) and Thomas Vandenburgh finding the net, the Robins replying through a Stephen Drake hat-trick.

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