North Norfolk teams in Ang Com
Cromer Town increased their lead in the Anglian Combination title race with a 3-1 home win over fourth-placed Wroxham Reserves as St Andrews in second spot lost 3-1 at Hempnall.
The Sterry Cup race, traditionally tight, seems to be between the top five: Cromer with 37 points from 16 games, Saints (33 from 15), Mattishall (32 from 15), Wroxham Reserves (30 from 18) and defending champions Blofield (28 from only 12 games played).
Sheringham had a 1-0 home win over Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves while North Walsham went down 3-1 at Spixworth.
In Division One, fifth-placed Holt beat visitors Corton 2-1 while Stalham held their visitors Reepham 0-0.
In Division Three, Aylsham are third after their 0-0 draw at Swaffham Reserves. They have 28 points from 14 games while above them Harleston have 28 from 11 and Loddon Reserves 29 from 17.
Cromer Reserves, fourth-bottom, lost by the only goal of the game at East Harling. while second-bottom North Walsham Reserves lost 4-0 at home to Easton.
Hoveton Wherrymen, third in Division Four, won 5-4 at Long Stratton Reserves. They have 34 points from 14 games to UEA's 34 from 12 and Hemsby's 35 from 14.
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Fifth place is held by Sheringham Reserves (31 points from 16) who drew 2-2 at Hemsby.
In Division Five, Buxton beat visitors Mundford Reserves 4-2, Reepham Reserves won 2-0 at home to Saham Toney and Stalham Reserves lost 4-1 at Wells Reserves.
The top two in Division Six both won, leaders Holt Reserves 3-2 at CNSOBU and Aylsham Reserves 5-2 at home to Horsford Reserves.