Halvergate are simply Blo-wn away
Anglian Combination: Blofield United enjoyed a festive goal bonanza as they smashed 10 past hapless Halvergate.Chris O'Brien led the way with a hat-trick, while Oliver Christie and Greg Murphy both bagged braces.
Blofield United enjoyed a festive goal bonanza as they smashed 10 past hapless Halvergate.
Chris O'Brien led the way with a
hat-trick, while Oliver Christie and Greg Murphy both bagged braces. Daniel McKail, Stuart Nee and Kris Hart were also on target, although Jamie Long did manage a solitary strike for Halvergate.
Acle swapped places with Norwich Union, moving up to second after winning 3-2 when the two sides met on Saturday.
Ben Soanes and Sean Brown hit the net for Union, but strikes from John Curtis, Chris Holmes and Raymond Goodson gave Acle victory.
That allowed Wroxham Reserves to stretch their lead at the top to six points as they put five past North Walsham. Paul Cook (2), Jack Deeley, Ben Latimer and Ben Morgan scored for Wroxham and Jon Blofeld got a consolation for Walsham in a 5-1 defeat.
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Hempnall, in fourth, remain in the hunt after a 2-1 win at Beccles - Samuel Wenham and Robert Browne getting the goals for the victors, while Anthony Martin was Beccles' scorer.
Paul Edmunds scored twice in Dersingham's 4-1 home win against Hindringham. Gary English and Daniel Pearman also found the net and Scott Gray replied for the visitors.
Mattishall are still hovering above the bottom three after a disappointing 3-1 defeat at home to Brandon.
Stephen Jones scored for the home side, but goals from Craig Ramage, John Waites and an own goal ensured victory for Brandon.
The derby clash between Sheringham and Cromer ended in a 1-1 draw, Steven Jordan netting for Sheringham with Neil Bugdale on target for Cromer.
Sprowston Athletic moved up to fifth after beating Lowestoft Town Reserves 3-2. Peter Williams, Major Thornton and Lee Howard got the goals for Sprowston, while Gary Williams and Ryan Bloomfield registered for Lowestoft.
St Andrews were the day's leading scorers in Division One, beating Sprowston Wanderers 8-1.
Matthew Pilgrim notched a hat-trick and the rest of the tally included goals from Tom Balls (2), Lee Mason and Oliver Bishop.
Loddon's 2-1 win at home to Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves keeps them top of the table for Christmas. David Matthews hit both Loddon's goals, while James Pembling was on target for Kirkley.
Dereham Reserves' 5-1 win at Wymondham kept them second and third-placed Holt took a 4-0 win at home to bottom club Fakenham Reserves, with goals from Kevin Moore, David Thompson, Jason Hawkins and Matthew Sanders.
Paul Nichols' hat-trick helped Watton to a 4-0 win at Attleborough, where Kevin Bloomfield completed the scoring.
Goals from Neil Goodbourn and Luke Greer saw Gayton to a 2-1 win over Wells, who had a goal from Jody Murfit to show for their efforts.
Long Stratton won 2-0 at Scole with goals from James Barnes and Ricky Braddon.
Stalham scored three at Sole Bay through Peter Skivington (2) and Michael Reynolds, but came away empty handed as doubles from Samuel Oliver and Alan Day gave the hosts a