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Dunning goal earns victory for Loddon

PUBLISHED: 13:29 16 March 2017 | UPDATED: 13:29 16 March 2017

Loddon United will be looking to make it consecutive wins this weekend when they travel to struggling Hindringham.

A goal from Alan Dunning was enough to earn Loddon a 1-0 win over Mundford last weekend.

Loddon remain in a mid-table position, but a win at Hindringham, who are third from bottom of the table with just three wins in 22 attempts, will help their cause .

At the top end of the table, it looks a four-horse race between Bradenham, Hellesdon, Beccles and Aylsham.

The clash between Beccles and Bradenham Wanderers was a 0-0 stalemate, but a hat-trick from Connor Simpson and others from Connor Charlesworth, Kegan Charlesworth and Jack Love gave Hellesdon a 6-0 win over Hindringham.

Dersingham Rovers are now bottom after losing 4-1 at North Walsham Town.

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