Surprise results in Ang Com Premier
There were a few surprise results as the end of the season approaches in the Premier Division.
Runaway winners of the Premier Division, Cromer Town dropped points with a 2-2 draw at Blofield United on Saturday. David Hinton's brace for the Crabs was equalled by goals from Lee Skoyles and Robert Woodcock.
And in a top-end-of-the-table clash, higher-placed Norwich St Johns were turned over by Acle United 3-0 with goals from a Nathan Thompson double and one from Harry Maddison.
It was a real goal bonanza at basement side Brandon, but despite netting four times through Roy Bland (twice), Daley Tuffs and Francois Ruiz they were defeated by Sheringham.
The Shannocks netted eight times with Jonathan Abbs scoring four, and one apiece for Andrew Gleave, Roy Bevis, James Parker and an own goal.
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Plenty of goals too at Wroxham Reserves, who beat Dersingham Rovers 5-2. Scorers were Luke Thacker with a brace, Ben Jones, Oliver King and Claudio Langlois, with Jason Watson and Darran Hewitt for Rovers.
St Andrews and visitors North Walsham shared six goals with James Bulman, Matthew Elwin and an own goal for the hosts and Daniel Tindall, Perry Payne and Matthew Lown on target for the Angels.
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Beccles returned from Mattishall 3-0 victors thanks to Raymond Masters, Alan Remblance and Neil McMorran.
Loddon United entertained Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves and won 3-0 with Philip Squire, James Marjoribanks and Daniel Anderson netting.