Anglian Combination round-up: Spixworth go top after Caister win

Monday, August 25, 2014
5:43 AM

Spixworth went top of the Almary Green Anglian Combination Premier Division with a 2-1 win against Caister on Saturday.

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Christopher Owen and Daniel Pennell got the goals for the visitors with Warren Nichols replying for Caister.

St Andrews beat newly promoted Harleston Town 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from John Muir and one from Scott Woodgate.

Goals from Ciaran Beales, Kieran Doherty and Jordan Penty gave Dersingham Rovers a 3-1 win at Blofield United, whose goal came from Ben Morgan.

Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves beat Mattishall 1-0 thanks to Wayne Twomlow’s strike. Goals from Darrell Delaney and Kel Haywood gave Norwich CEYMS a 2-1 win at Wymondham Town.

On Friday night, Wroxham Reserves and Reepham Town drew 2-2. Jordan Attree and Aaron Saunders were on target for the Yachtsmen whilst Travis Whitlam and Ashley Dearing replied for the visitors.

In midweek Acle United beat St Andrews 3-0, with two goals from Danny Andersen and one from Scott Whiting.

Goals from Danny Pennell (two) and Kane Taylor earned Spixworth a 3-2 win over Norwich CEYMS, their goals coming from Steve Davis and Seb Lambert.

Long Stratton went to Wroxham Reserves and won 4-3 as Tom Wright grabbed a hat-trick with the other coming from Mark Appleton. Tim Carey (two) and Jordan King were on target for the Yachtsmen.

Steve Burdett (two), Matthew Banham and Jonathan Wynne scored for Blofield United as they beat Caister 4-1, Jordan Barrett replying.

In the north coast derby, Cromer Town beat Sheringham 3-0 – scorers were Benjamin Moon, Darren Terrington and Thomas Markham.

Goals from Jake Anema and George Watts-Sturrock earned Mattishall a 2-2 draw with Wymondham Town, whose goals came through Ben Carlton and Carl Nash. Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves beat Harleston Town 1-0 thanks to Michael Tacon’s goal whilst Reepham Town lost 2-0 to Dersingham Rovers.

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