STANWAY ROVERS completed their successful week with a 3-0 victory at Fakenham Town, in the Thurlow Nunn League.

Kem Izzet’s side ended a run of three premier division defeats by sinking Hadleigh United 2-0 on Tuesday night.

And they followed it up with an impressive victory – not to mention another clean sheet - in Norfolk on Saturday afternoon.

Romario Dunne gave them a half-time lead and Marley Andrews added a second soon after the break at Clipbush Park.

Ben Lampon then headed home a corner with ten minutes remaining to secure a morale-boosting victory.

It was also a memorable day for FC CLACTON as Terry Rymer’s winner secured a 1-0 success at Long Melford.

The striker stepped off the bench to notch with seven minutes remaining and it was a second consecutive clean sheet in the league for the Seasiders.

“It was a big win,” said Clacton boss Kieron Shelley.

“It was a frustrating performance but we ground the result out.”

It was a clash of two in-form sides as second-placed COGGESHALL TOWN entertained third-placed Newmarket Town.

Both had romped to 6-0 victories on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively but on this occasion it was the Seedgrowers who took the spoils, 2-0.

Aaron Cosgrove and Conor Hubble scored the second-half goals to keep Coggeshall second – six points behind leaders Felixstowe and Walton.

The Suffolk Seasiders made it ten wins from ten games after thumping BRANTHAM ATHLETIC 5-1 on Friday night.

Ironically, the Imps had taken an early lead through Sam Newson but Felixstowe gained sweet revenge for their 7-2 FA Cup hammering at the hands of Brantham in early August.

One other premier division fixture of note saw WIVENHOE TOWN and Ely City share the spoils from a 1-1 draw, at the GMP Plant Hire Stadium.

The Dragons took the lead through Billy Latto, who cut inside before seeing his deflected shot fly into the net.

Two Essex sides met in the first division as LITTLE OAKLEY and BRAINTREE TOWN RESERVES drew 2-2.

An own goal and Stephen Polley accounted for the Oakley goals, with Joe Jones netting both for the Young Irons.

HOLLAND FC maintained their strong form by defeating Team Bury 3-2 at the Rush Green Bowl while HALSTEAD TOWN won 2-1 at Wisbech St Mary.

Karl Andrade and Adam Hampson scored the Humbugs’ goals.

Brantham and Wivenhoe meet in an eye-catching premier division derby on Tuesday night while Clacton, Coggeshall and Halstead will be in Essex Senior Cup action.

Oakley travel to Hadleigh in the League Challenge Cup.