Hempnall 0 – 3 Bradenham

Hook hat-trick secures away win Both teams desperate for points for different reasons. Hempnall fought hard throughout, although Bradenham were undoubtedly the superior side. Two first half goals from Nick Hook set the scene for an away victory, and another in the second half by the same player to complete his hat-trick, gave a final […]

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Hellesdon Res 0 – 2 Bradenham Res

Goals from Pease and Williams Two table-toppers met at Hellesdon on Saturday in a rather scrappy affair played on a poor, bumpy surface. With a strong wind blowing too, it was hardly surprising that both sides found it hard to play controlled football. Despite all this, Bradenham adapted their style well to suit the conditions […]

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Holt Utd 0 – 4 Bradenham

In blustery winds and on a poor playing surface the game started in scrappy fashion. Bradenham opened the scoring in the 6th min when NICK HOOK converted from close range after the home keeper had denied two previous attempts from McCann and Thurley. The visitors doubled their advantage in the 14th min when JASON HUNT […]

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Wells Town Res 1, Bradenham Wanderers Res 1.

Playing under the floodlights at Beach Road did not appear to inspire the Bradenham players, and they will look upon this as two points dropped rather than a point gained. Joe Steel is usually plying his trade in a defensive role for Bradenham, and he rarely gets  metioned in reports, but it was Joe who […]

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Bradenham 7 – 2 Aylsham

This game started at a blistering pace, and within a minute Bradenham were a goal up, with McCann out on the left, slipping a neat pass to NICKY HOOK, who had the goal at his mercy. Just 4 mins later some careless home defending allowed the Aylsham right winger time and space to cross accurately […]

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Cromer Town Res 0 – 5 Bradenham Res

Goals from Williams (2), Goodge(L), Pease and Goodrum. Bradenham started the brighter with Pease spurning two early chances. The Bulldogs had to change their style of play because of the awful conditions, and this paid off when REECE PEASE got in behind the home defence and chipped the onrushing Cromer keeper to put the visitors […]

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