JAKE Plane was the two-goal hero as FC CLACTON defeated Saffron Walden Town 3-1, in the Thurlow Nunn League.

Kevin Coyle was also on target with his 100th Clacton goal, to complete a satisfying premier division victory at the Rush Green Bowl.

The Seasiders were two-up at the break before completing the job in the second period, making it back-to-back league wins.

Clacton head to Harwich and Parkeston on Tuesday for a friendly against the Essex and Suffolk Border League Representative side.

Elsewhere, STANWAY ROVERS continued their stunning form with a 2-0 victory at home to Great Yarmouth Town.

An own goal set them on the road to victory before a second from Romario Dunne.

It was Stanway's sixth straight win and their third clean sheet in a row, during which they time they have plundered 15 goals.

BRANTHAM ATHLETIC’S winning ways continued as they prevailed 3-2 at Wroxham.

The Imps remain third but level on points with second-placed Stowmarket Town.

COGGESHALL TOWN are fourth, two points behind, after winning 3-1 at Long Melford.

Nnamdi Nwachukwu, Josce Syrett and Conor Hubble were on target for the Seedgrowers.

Basement boys WIVENHOE TOWN crashed to a 6-0 defeat at Thetford Town.

Meanwhile, the draw has been made for the third round of the League Cup. Coggeshall will host Newmarket while Stanway go to Ipswich Wanderers on November 28. Brantham and Wivenhoe have been drawn together and will play on November 5.