Sheringham championship lead now one point
Sheringham lead the Anglian Combination championship race by one point after the latest round of results.Blofield United blew their hopes of closing the gap on the Premier Division leaders when they suffered a shock 3-2 defeat at home to Beccles.
Sheringham lead the Anglian Combination championship race by one point after the latest round of results.
Blofield United blew their hopes of closing the gap on the Premier Division leaders when they suffered a shock 3-2 defeat at home to Beccles.
But Loddon did Blofield a favour by drawing 0-0 at Sheringham. Had Blofield won they would have been four points behind the Shannocks with two games in hand.
Instead they slipped further adrift as goals from Sam Barham, Neil Hurren and Kevin Waterman gave the lowly visitors all three points.
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The big winners of the day among the candidates in a fascinating and wide-open Sterry Cup chase were Acle, Hempnall and North Walsham.
Acle are only a point behind Sheringham from the same number of games after beating Sprowston Athletic with a single goal from Dean Crosbie.
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Hempnall are a point further behind, but from three games more, after Ben Player and Paul Franklin gave them a 2-1 home win over bottom club Watton (Mark Ward).
North Walsham, like Blofield, have multiple games in hand, and they provided an emphatic reminder that they are still in the mix with a 5-2 thumping of Hindringham. Dale Wilton and Lee Clarke both scored twice with Josh Gray completing the tally against a visiting team who replied through Scott Gray and Kevin Tuck.
Brandon's hopes took a dive when they lost 2-1 at home to Dersingham.
Saturday's fixtures (2.30pm) see Cromer at Acle, North Walsham at home to Hempnall and Sheringham at home to defending champions Wroxham Reserves. On Tuesday (7.30pm) Cromer entertain AFC Norwich, Holt are at home to Watton and Wroxham Reserves entertain Hindringham.