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Almary Green Anglian Combination round-up: New top-flight leaders as St Andrews deliver a response

PUBLISHED: 09:08 05 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:08 05 October 2015

It was a good weekend for St Andrews.

It was a good weekend for St Andrews.

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St Andrews recovered from their cup defeat last week to overtake Acle at the top of the Premier Division.

Goals from John Muir (2) and Haydn Davis secured a 3-2 win at Long Stratton, who netted through Dean Mortimer and Ben Ling while Norwich CEYMS ended Acle’s unbeaten run. Darren Smith (2) and Daniel Mace registered in their 3-2 victory while Daniel Foreman and Club Webb scored for the champions.

Cromer Town and Kirkley & Pakefield drew 0-0 while Spixworth (Jordan Rocastle 4 and Shaun Wones) edged a nine-goal thriller against Blofield United (Ben Morgan 2, Matthew Banham, Issac Catchpole).

Caister (Lewis Holsworth) beat Dersingham Rovers 4-3, Reepham Town (Joseph Wright 2, Samuel Groves and Ashley Dearing) edged Harleston Town 4-3 (Scott Roberts 2, Chris Hall) while Mattishall (Elliot Gibbs 2 and Damian Didwell) followed up their midweek win with a 3-2 triumph over Mulbarton Wanderers (Dale Simpson and Calvin Butler).

In Division One, goals from Jon-Robert Lovelock, David Shade, Daniel Cable, Scott Barnard and an own goal gave leaders Beccles Town a 5-3 win at Foulsham, Ben Darby got a hat-trick for the home team.

Waveney (Ritchi High, Carl Burgess and Sam Shepherd) stayed second after a 3-1 win at Stalham Town (Charlie Skipper). There were also wins for Bungay, North Walsham and Wymondham.


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