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Six of the best from Cromer Youth Old Boys

PUBLISHED: 10:26 20 April 2017

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With the Sanders Coaches Division One championship and runners-up spots already decided focus fell on other NEN League sides.

Cromer Youth Old Boys, at home to Erpingham, were 6-2 winners with goals from Liam Stone (2), Daryl Harrod, Sam Slack, Wade Stanforth and Michael Bayle.

Replying for Erpingham were Michael James and Lee McCrory.

Southrepps won 3-2 at Felmingham and Holt Reserves recorded their first victory of the year, winning 4-0 at home to Aylsham A with goals from Jack Bayle, Cameron Humphries, Mark Sadler and Ben Burch.

The Second Division League Cup semi-final places have been sorted, with Briston taking on Stalham A and North Walsham A at home to Bacton. These games will be played on April 29.

On Easter Monday Runton won the Nicholson’s of Stalham Benevolent Cup for the fifth year running with a convincing 9-2 victory over East Ruston.

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