Regent go third, Brantham and Halstead win and Clacton and Wivenhoe secure precious points (From Gazette)
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Regent go third, Brantham and Halstead win and Clacton and Wivenhoe secure precious points
BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT are back up to third in the Thurlow Nunn League.
James Webster’s premier division high-fliers bounced back from their midweek defeat at CRC by winning 3-1 at Kirkley & Pakefield.
Scott Yearling scored twice, either side of the break, and a Terry Rymer penalty gave them a comfortable victory on the Suffolk coast.
After dipping to fourth in the week, they moved back up a place after leapfrogging Gorleston, who drew 0-0 at Godmanchester Rovers.
BRANTHAM ATHLETIC beat STANWAY ROVERS 2-1.
Ray Turner put the hosts in front, from the spot, before Michael Brothers levelled with another penalty, for Rovers.
But Simon Mann grabbed Brantham's winner with a spectacular effort from 25 yards.
WIVENHOE TOWN gave their survival chances another shot in the arm by drawing 0-0 at CRC.
FC CLACTON drew 1-1 at home to Norwich United, having taken the lead through Tom Holdstock.
HALSTEAD TOWN are third in division one after beating Downham 3-0.
Jordan Palmer, Jordan Hutchings and Tom Cook scored their goals – the latter from 40 yards.
BRAINTREE TOWN RESERVES crashed to a 6-3 defeat at Saffron Walden Town.
For full non-league coverage, including reaction and pictures, see Monday's Daily Gazette.
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