Bradenham Wands 0, Beccles Town 3.

These two in-form sides looked well matched in the early stages with Thurley hitting a weak shot when well placed for the hosts, then the visitors centre forward shooting just wide. On 31 mins Hunt finished a powerful run which ended with a shot that was easily saved. On 35 mins Beccles no 8 lost […]

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Bradenham Wands 4, Hellesdon 1.

Hellesdon created the first real chance when, after just 8 mins, their forward headed just past a post. Then after 17 mins first Cross then Hunt had promising looking shots deflected wide of a post. Luke Dagg then suffered a nasty injury when he clashed with a visiting  player and ended up going to hospital […]

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Mattishall 0, Bradenham Wanderers 2.

These two senior sides, despite their close proximity geographically, rarely meet in competition, so this was a good chance to challenge each other for a place in the Mummery Cup Quarter Finals. Bradenham opened with several enterprising moves, but without really testing keeper Milne. Then on 7 mins Watts-Sturrock broke clear on the hosts’ right […]

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Foulsham 1, Bradenham Wands 2.

The first 20 mins saw Bradenham carve open the Foulsham defence with some slick passing moves. Ben Cissell, who was starting up front for the first time this season, had a fierce shot saved by Foulsham keeper Spalding, and Karl Bush and Tom Spalding were causing the hosts problems down the flanks. On 25 mins […]

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Bradenham Wand Res 3, Stoke Ferry 1.

Bradenham’s skilful young reserve side played some excellent football at times and were worthy winners against their more mature and often robust opponents in this Norfolk Junior Cup second round match. On 10 mins Hull came close to opening the score for the hosts when he shot wide when well placed.  Just 8 mins later […]

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