Division One leaders Morley Village lose 100 percent record

John Turner
Sunday, November 11, 2012
3:38 PM

Division One leaders Morley Village lost their 100 precent record in a 4-0 home defeat at the hands of Castle Acre Swifts.

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As a result, Castle Acre move up one place to fourth. Tacolneston beat Bridgham United 8-2 at home and are now up to second place. In the other match, Gressenhall beat bottom team Narborough 5-0.

The other First Division teams were engaged in the second round of the Junior League Cup. Dereham Town A beat North Elmham by the odd goal of three while Thetford Rovers Reserves won 3-2 at Northwold S&SC. Rockland United beat Shipdham by the only goal of the game and Yaxham ran out 4-0 winners against Swaffham Town A.

Division Two leaders Rampant Horse were held to a 3-3 home draw by Hethersett Athletic while West End maintained their 100 percent record with a thumping 9-0 win at bottom team Saham Toney Reserves. Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves remain in fourth place after beating Tugas United 4-2 and Nostro won 4-0 at Bawdeswell.

Division Three leaders Watton United A were beaten by the odd goal of seven at Litcham while second-placed Attleborough Athletic went down to a 5-0 defeat at Colkirk, a result which lifts the home team to third place. Splitz United beat Weeting 3-0 and are up to fourth while Stoke Ferry ran out 6v2 home winners over Methwold United to take over fifth place. Marham Wanderers were 4-0 home winners over Rockland United Reserves. The other two matches ended as draws - North Elmham Reserves and Great Cressingham shared six goals while Wendling and Hingham Athletic Reserves drew 2-2.

The top two in Division Four met and the leaders Mulbarton Wanderers A came out on top, winning 6-3 at Walsingham United. Yaxham Reserves won 6-1 at Shipdham Reserves and move up to third spot. Castle Acre Swifts Reserves ran out 8-4 home winners over Gressenhall Reserves while Feltwell United Reserves scored 11 without reply from bottom team Methwold United Reserves, a result which leaves Methwold with the unenviable record of being the first team in the league to concede a century of goals this season. The other two matches were much closer - Tacolneston Reserves won by the odd goal of three at Dereham Cockers United while Nostro Reserves were 3-2 home winners over Beetley United.





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