Crabs set the pace
Cromer Town continue to set the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination pace among north Norfolk teams.Their 100 per cent record from three games, the latest win 2-0 at AFC Norwich, keeps them two points clear of the Premier Division pack.
Cromer Town continue to set the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination pace among north Norfolk teams.
Their 100 per cent record from three games, the latest win 2-0 at AFC Norwich, keeps them two points clear of the Premier Division pack.
Defending champions Wroxham Reserves are eighth, North Walsham Town one place below them rueing missed chances in the sides'
2-2 draw on the Angels' pitch. Both have four points from three games.
Holt United are fourth bottom with three points from two games, and Sheringham have the same number of points from one game more a place below them. The Shannocks lost 4-1 at home to Blofield on Saturday.
Stalham Town are still looking for their first point in Division One but in Division Two, Reepham are fourth with six points from three games, having beaten Beccles Caxton 3-2 at the weekend.
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Aylsham have four points from two games in Division Three following a 3-3 home draw with Bradenham Wanderers. Cromer Reserves are averaging a point a game but went down 5-4 at home to Sprowston Athletic Reserves.
North Walsham Reserves are fourth in Division Four, their
1-1 draw at Newton Flotman taking them to seven points from three games.
Stalham Reserves top Division Five with three wins from three followed by Hoveton Wherrymen and Sheringham Reserves each on seven points from three matches. Aylsham Reserves are still to net a point.
In Division Six, Buxton are mid-table with four points from three games, Holt Reserves have three from two and Reepham Reserves have lost their first two games.