Anglian Combination round-up
Cromer dropped points in a 2-2 draw at lowly Loddon but still have a healthy lead at the top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division.
They have 50 points to St Johns' 39, both teams having played 21 games with nine to go.
Wroxham Reserves, in fourth, drew 3-3 at Beccles Town while mid-table Sheringham suffered a 6-1 defeat at Blofield, who trail Cromer by 16 points with four games in hand. North Walsham, third-bottom, drew 1-1 at bottom club Brandon.
In Division One, sixth-placed Reepham drew 3-3 at home to lowly Corton while mid-table Stalham beat visitors Horsford 4-2.
Aylsham, second in Division Three, had a 2-0 home win over North Walsham Reserves and trail Harleston by three points, having played two games more. Walsham are second-bottom. Cromer Reserves, mid-table, drew 2-2 with visitors Swaffham Reserves.
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In Division Four, Hoveton Wherrymen beat visitors Waveney 3-1 and are second to UEA, three points behind having played a game more. They are three points better off than the two teams below them, who have each played a game more.
Sheringham Reserves, without a game, are fifth.
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In Division Five, Reepham Reserves in sixth spot beat visitors Poringland Reserves 4-0. Mid-table Buxton won 2-1 at home to Redgrave while bottom side Stalham Reserves lost 6-1 at CEYMS.
Holt Reserves did not play but are top of Division Six, one point ahead of Bradenham Reserves and Aylsham Reserves, the latter having won 3-1 at Easton Reserves. Bradenham have a game in hand over the north Norfolk duo.