Long Stratton stay in pole position after Wymondham victory
Long Stratton maintained their lead at the top of the Premier Division, beating lowly Wymondham Town 2-0 thanks to Mark Appleton's brace.
Kevin Winkworth, Thomas Whiting and James Bulman scored for Acle United to earn a 3-0 win at Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves whilst Harleston Town beat Spixworth 3-0 thanks to goals from Danny Brown and Jason Armes (2).
Blofield United got back on track as Thomas Cullumbine hit a hat-trick in their 4-1 win over Mattishall and St Andrews beat Reepham Town 1-0 due to an own goal. Two goals from Tom Graver and one from Andrew Hubbard earned Sheringham a 3-2 win over Caister, whose goals came through Henry Barnden and Danny Heller. Cromer Town beat Wroxham Reserves 3-0 with goals from Ben Graver, Sean Sandell and Darren Terrington.
The Dersingham Rovers v Norwich CEYMS match was abandoned due to a nasty broken leg for Norwich's Lee Roper-Smith.
Division One leaders Mulbarton Wanderers went on a goal spree at Horsford United winning 7-0 with a hat-trick from Simon Freemantle and one each from Jonathon Bailey, Dale Simpson, Calvin Pond and James McCloy. Hempnall also won 7-0 at Aylsham – scorers Roy Bevis (2), Jordan Rocastle (2), Dean Mortimer, Zak Bevis and Tom Amis. An Alan Remblance hat-trick earned Beccles Town a 3-1 win at Poringland Wanderers, whose goal came from David Gilfillan.
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Hellesdon beat Hindringham 1-0 to stay in contention, Foulsham drew 3-3 with Stalham Town and Scole United beat Bradenham Wanderers 2-1. Due to a lack of players, Corton have now sadly folded and their results will be deleted.
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