Gorleston won 1-0 away to Bury Town last week with the win helping them climb out of the bottom four for the first time since August 17.

The hosts had the better of the first half and Gorleston had keeper Jake Jessup to thank for keeping them in the game.

He was first called into action in the 16th minute when a pull back from the byline found Lee Watkins in the middle of the Gorleston box but the Greens keeper kicked away the low shot.

Dominic Docherty sent Ross Gilfedder through close to the half hour mark but his cross cum shot to the far post went wide.

Bury increased the pressure as the half wore on, to no avail.

Midway through the second half, from a corner George Keys managed to head the ball back towards goal.

Ingram got in front of the keeper and the ball slipped through his hands to Gilfedder to prod it into the net.

But the referee gave the goalkeeper a free kick, deeming the keeper to have had two hands on the ball.

A minute later Ingram looked to have been pushed in the back as he chased the ball in the box but the referee wasn't interested.

Jessup then denied Ramadan again with his legs before the breakthrough came two minutes later.

Kai Fletcher was quick to react to a pass in the midfield to lay the ball off to Zielonka. From thirty yards, Zielonka struck a shot which swerved then dipped over the keeper into the net.

Three minutes later it got worse for Bury when Ollie Fenn went up for a header and caught Zielonka with his arm - leading to a red card.

In the week Gorleston beat Norwich CBS 3-2 in the Norfolk Senior Cup.

On Saturday, Gorleston are at home to Heybridge Swifts. Great Yarmouth Town are away to Cornard Utd, having had no game last weekend.