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Anglian Combination

PUBLISHED: 14:13 08 November 2009 | UPDATED: 08:48 01 August 2010

It really is getting tight at the top of the Premier Division, the top six clubs covered by three points, and another three or four teams below capable of launching a sustained challenge.

It really is getting tight at the top of the Premier Division, the top six clubs covered by three points, and another three or four teams below capable of launching a sustained challenge.

Beccles, top on goal difference, drew 1-1 at home to Acle, who are fifth. Alan Remblance scored for Beccles, Ian Morgan for United. Beccles have taken their 20 points from eight games, while North Walsham have the same points from two games more. The Angels drew 1-1 at fourth-bottom Dersingham, Marcus Godbold their scorer. Trevor Daniels was on target for Rovers.

Third-placed Cromer had a 4-0 win at Wroxham Reserves, Darren Terrington claiming a hat-trick, James Pipe also on target. That means the Crabs are third with 19 points from 10 games. Blofied are fourth with 17 points from nine games after a 2-0 win at Sheringham (Roy Bevis, Danny Brown). The Shannocks are third-bottom.

Sixth, also with 17 points from 10 games, are Brandon who won 1-0 at home to bottom side Sprowston Athletic (John Waites).

Loddon won 1-0 at home to Spixworth (Chris Hancock), while St Andrews beat visitors Hempnall 3-1, Danny Penell, David Waters and Kyle Downes on target for Saints, Robert Browne replying.

Poringland Wanderers are four points clear of Norwich St Johns at the top of Division One.

Wanderers won 4-1 at Reepham, Michael Buckland, Chris Ault, Joshua Farrow and Scott Casey their marksmen, Colin Emberley replying for the Robins.

St Johns won 5-3 at Caister. The nap hand came from Luke Tuttle (2), Gavin Bland, Aaron Kay and Darren Watson, Caister's goals from Nicky Crawley (2) and Garrett Ward.

Bungay Town lost 3-2 at home to Long Stratton, Sean Payne and Myles Clarke on the mark for the Black Dogs, James Barnes (2) and David Robinson sealing the win.

Holt were hammered 5-0 at home by Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves, for whom Wayne Twomlow completed a hat-trick, with other goals from Rory French and Paul Highfield.

Horsford hit visitors Hindringham 4-0, their goals coming from Alan Rudder (2), Darren Nichols and Matthew Harman. Wells went to Scole and won 4-1 with strikes from Tom East, James Edwards, Craig Rutland and Joseph Harrison. Scole's reply came from Lee Ruddock.

Stalham won 4-0 at Sole Bay with goals from Darren Millar, Robert Burton, Trevor Gannon and Daniel Tindall. Corton travelled to Wymondham and were beaten 2-0 by goals from Jamie Butler and Luke Rackham.

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