Title race reaching its climax

RESULTS over four days have left Sheringham still in pole position for the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination championship.They have 51 points from 25 games, Acle have 50 from two games more, Blofield are a threat with 47 points from 24 games while Cromer are fourth with 46 points from 26 games.

RESULTS over four days have left Sheringham still in pole position for the Dolphin Autos Anglian Combination championship.

They have 51 points from 25 games, Acle have 50 from two games more, Blofield are a threat with 47 points from 24 games while Cromer are fourth with 46 points from 26 games.

Tuesday night sees Sheringham at Acle in what could be the decisive Sterry Cup clash.

On Saturday, the Shannocks won 3-1 at Hindringham with goals from Roy Bevis, Chris Holmes and Andrew Eastaugh while Acle beat AFC Norwich 1-0.

On Monday, Cromer won 2-1 at Hindringham. Tuesday saw Blofield win 1-0 at North Walsham, who are sixth with 42 points from 26 games played, and Acle were held to a 0-0 draw at Wroxham Reserves.

In a 30-match programme, Saturday sees Sheringham at bottom-five Beccles, Cromer at home to Sprowston Athletic, North Walsham at home to Dersingham and Wroxham Reserves at home to Watton.

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Tuesday sees Holt at Loddon and Cromer visiting Sprowston Athletic.

Holt, meanwhile, are three points adrift at the bottom.

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