Mattishall and Acle rise up table

Mattishall and Acle both made ground on the leading pack in the Premier Division, leapfrogging St Andrews into third and fourth place respectively after victories on Saturday.

Leaders Cromer's derby game against Sheringham was abandoned because of the condition of the pitch, and second-placed Wroxham Reserves could only draw manage a 0-0 draw at North Walsham.

Loddon United's recent resurgence continued as they beat Spixworth 1-0 with Richard Durrant providing the crucial goal.

Beccles Town rose two places to seventh on the back of a magnificent 7-3 win at basement side Brandon, despite going a goal down after just ten seconds. This was particularly pleasing for Beccles, bouncing back after a poor result against Kirkley & Pakefield the week before.

Scoring for the Wherrymen were Alan Remblance and Ant Martin with a brace apiece, Tom Roberts, Ray Masters and Kevin Waterman, while Brandon's goals came from a Roy Bland brace, including a penalty, and Fran Ruiz.

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A hat-trick from Harry Maddison saw Acle United beat hosts Blofield 3-2 whose scorers were Neil Hurren and Daniel McKail.

An own goal provided Norwich St Johns with a 1-0 win at Hempnall.

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Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves beat visiting Dersingham Rovers 2-0 with goals from Daniel Stokeld and Conor Borrett.

It was 0-0 between North Walsham Town and visitors Wroxham Reserves while Mattishall beat hosts St Andrews 2-0 thanks to strikes from Benjamin Gillies and Matthew Taunton.

Meanwhile, in Division One, leaders Wells Town claimed another victory, but let in two goals from bottom side Bungay Town.

The Seasiders hit four goals through Joseph Harrison, Kent Cooper, Daniel Grocott and Scott Sutherland-Gray, with the two in response coming via Joe McDonald and James Youngman.

Second-placed Wymondham also notched up four goals in their win at second-from-bottom Corton with one reply, from Ritchi High. All four Rooks goals were scored by Chris O'Brien.

Long Stratton returned fro Holt with a 1-0 win thanks to a Ben Cussons strike.

Scott McKinney hit a hat-trick for Horsford United against Caister, winning 3-2 with Adam Bartram and Barry Crane also on the scoresheet for the visitors. Poringland grabbed some vital points to move them up a place to third from bottom after hitting Sprowston Athletic for six, with just Peter Williams' strike in reply.

Marksmen for Poringland were Jonny Cogman with a hat-trick, Vaughan Stevenson and Carl Musgrove.

Mark Gaskins' goal for Reepham was enough for the Robins to seal victory against visitors Hindringham.

Stalham Town (Darren Patterson) and visitors Bradenham (Ricky Forder) shared two goals and the points.

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