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Combination kicks off

PUBLISHED: 12:16 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 10:55 07 July 2010

THE Anglian Combination kicked off on Tuesday night with a 4-2 home win for Mattishall over Brandon on their return to the Premier Division.

Wells Town and Reepham town drew 2-2 at Beach Road while Hindringham lost 3-2 at home to Holt in Division One.

THE Anglian Combination kicked off on Tuesday night with a 4-2 home win for Mattishall over Brandon on their return to the Premier Division.

Wells Town and Reepham town drew 2-2 at Beach Road while Hindringham lost 3-2 at home to Holt in Division One.

In Division Two, promoted Bradenham Wanderers enjoyed a 4-0 home victory over Hellesdon.

Results. Don Frost Memorial Cup: Blofield 2, Sheringham 1 (at Wroxham, Friday).

Tuesday. Premier Division: Hempnall 0 Blofield 4, Loddon 0 Acle 2, Mattishall 4 Brandon 2, Nth Walsham 3 Cromer 0, Sheringham 0 Spixworth 2, St Andrews 1 Wroxham Res 1, Watton Utd 3 Dersingham 0.

Division One: Corton 0 Kirkley & P Res 5, Hindringham 2 Holt 3, Horsford 0 Norwich St Johns 2, Scole Utd 0 Long Stratton 1, Sole Bay 1 Bungay 1, Stalham 3 Caister 4, Wells 2 Reepham Tn 2, Wymondham 0 Poringland Wanderers 5.

Division Two: Attleborough Town 1, Sprowston Athletic Res 2, Bradenham Wanderers 4, Hellesdon 0, Gayton United 0, Downham Town Res 3, Mundford 2, West Lynn SSC 2, Sprowston Wanderers 1, Norwich CEYMS 1, Thetford Rovers 4, Wortwell 3, Thorpe Village 2, Beccles Caxton 2.

Division Three: Cromer Town Res 1, Easton 0, East Harling 3, Harleston Town 1, Freethorpe 1, Martham 3, Newton Flotman 0, Marlingford 1.

Division Six: Aylsham Res 4, CNSOBU 2.

Fixtures. Tuesday, August 25. Premier Division (6.30 unless stated): Beccles Tn v Loddon, Blofield v St Andrews, Brandon v Dersingham, Hempnall v Watton, Mattishall v Sheringham, Sprowston Ath v North Walsham, Cromer v Acle (7.30).


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