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Shannocks get tough cup draw

PUBLISHED: 09:20 14 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:11 13 July 2010

Helped by a Roy Bevis hat-trick, Sheringham reached the fourth round of the Norfolk Senior Cup with a 6-2 replay win at Blofield. They will entertain Ridgeons Division One Thetford Town on November 22.

Helped by a Roy Bevis hat-trick, Sheringham reached the fourth round of the Norfolk Senior Cup with a 6-2 replay win at Blofield. They will entertain Ridgeons Division One Thetford Town on November 22.

But Cromer will not be joining them. In another replay between Anglian Combination Premier Division sides, leaders the Crabs lost 3-1 at Acle.

Holt United have a home draw with fellow Combination Premier outfit Hindringham while holders Ridgeons Premier Wroxham will entertain Sprowston Athletic of the Combination top section. North Walsham Town will fly the Combination Premier flag at Ridgeons One Gorleston.

The rest of the fourth round draw is Fakenham Town v Loddon United, Great Yarmouth Town v Acle United Norwich United v King s Lynn Reserves, Dereham Town v Diss Town or Downham Town.

In the league, Holt United's Toby Blowers claimed a hat-trick in the 4-1 home win over high-flyers Loddon but North Walsham went down 1-0 at home to Sprowston Athletic.

In Division One, Stalham drew 1-1 at home to Wymondham while in Division Two, Reepham won 4-0 at home to Anglian Windows.

In the third division, Cromer Reserves won 3-2 at table-toppers Bradenham while Aylsham drew 2-2 at Swaffham Reserves.

Division Four saw North Walsham Reserves win 4-0 at Brandon Reserves while in Division Five Aylsham Reserves went down 8-0 at home to Necton, Hoveton Wherrymen crashed 7-0 at home to UEA, Sheringham Reserves beat visitors Watton Reserves 2-1 and Stalham Reserves lost 3-2 at Sprowton Wanderers.

Division Six saw Buxton win 6-0 at Easton Reserves and Holt Reserves won 2-1 at Scole Reserves.


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