Cromer bounce back with point

Cromer entertain reviving defending champions Wroxham Reserves on Saturday following Tuesday's 1-1 home draw with Beccles.Blofield United 4, Cromer Town 1THIS was perhaps a slightly flattering scoreline, but there could be no argument Blofield deserved the victory.

Cromer entertain reviving defending champions Wroxham Reserves on Saturday following Tuesday's 1-1 home draw with Beccles.

Blofield United 4, Cromer Town 1

THIS was perhaps a slightly flattering scoreline, but there could be no argument Blofield deserved the victory. It was a disappointing performance from Cromer, who on the back of four straight wins hoped to put up a much better display.


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The opening minutes saw Cromer dominate possession but they failed to cause any problems. Then Blofield had the first opportunity. A long throw into the box was headed just over by Lee Skoyles. Luke Adcock made a run down the wing and crossed into the box, but Parsons intercepted the cross to deny Brown a simple tap-in.

On 30 minutes Blofield took the lead with a Danny Brown penalty after the ball was flicked on and struck Bradshaw's arm, although the Cromer centre-half could do nothing to avoid it. Blofield extended their lead just before half-time with a freak goal. Ross Durrant curled the ball into the box, where it evaded both attack and defence and spun off the ground and looped into the goal.

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The first goal at the start of the second half was crucial and it went to United. Brown played a superb diagonal ball across to Danny McKail, who finished brilliantly across Parsons into the bottom corner.

Brown was then denied by an excellent save from Parsons. Cromer came very close to pulling a goal back when Eves' shot came back off the post. John Carrier fired straight at Lloyd before Town scored. Harwood's free-kick found its way into the goal after a couple of deflections and the ball went under the diving Lloyd. Blofield added a fourth when Brown ran past the Cromer defence with ease.

Cromer Reserves lost at home to Caister Reserves, 2-1 (Ben Sharman).

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