All change at the top in lower divisions

PUBLISHED: 17:09 16 December 2011

There were only two games in Division One because of the second round of the Sound & Vision Junior League Cup.

Northwold S&SC won 3-0 at Bridgham United to move up to third place while Swaffham Town A beat bottom team Narborough 7-0.

Sporle are back on top of Division Two after beating Breckland Wanderers 5-1. They have replaced former leaders North Elmham who were held to a 5-5 draw by Saham Toney Reserves. As a result, Saham Toney move out of bottom place.

Castle Acre Swifts stay third and preserved their 100% league record with a 5-0 home win over West End. Necton were beaten 2-0 at home by Nostro, Yaxham won 3-0 at Hethersett Athletic and Methwold Rovers won 4-1 at home to Thurton & Ashby. Gressenhall Reserves are now in bottom spot after being well beaten 8-3 by a free scoring Cockers who displayed an attacking approach to the game which belied their lowly league position.

Scarning United are quickly back as leaders in Division Three following their 2-0 win at Rockland United Reserves and Bawdeswell are up to second after beating Hingham Athletic Reserves by the only goal of the game.

Rampant Horse move up to third after their 3-0 home win over Mattishall A. Colkirk and Great Cressingham shared the spoils from a 1-1 draw while Splitz United ran out 2-0 winners at bottom team Narborough Reserves. Tugas United enjoyed an emphatic 8-0 home victory over Stoke Ferry while Wendling beat Marham Wanderers 2-0.

North Elmham Reserves are back on top of Division Four following their 4-0 home win over former Castle Acre Swifts Reserves and Yaxham Reserves are up to second spot as a result of their 3-1 win at Weasenham Wanderers. Former leaders, Shropham United Reserves were held to a 4-4 home draw by Walsingham United and slip to third spot as a result. Nostro Reserves. won 4-1 at Dereham Cockers United while Watton United A had a comfortable 5-0 home win over Methwold United.

In the second round of the Sound and Vision Junior League Cup, the holders forfeited their match to Feltwell United when they were unable to fulfil the fixture. Feltwell will now entertain Dereham Town A in the semi-finals in the new year after they won their local derby with Gressenhall 5-1. The other semi-final will be between Shipdham who beat Morley Village by the odd goal of three and Shropham United who ran out 4-1 winners at Tacolneston.

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