Hingham hit Yaxham for six

PUBLISHED: 17:32 18 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:37 10 September 2010

There was a depleted programme in Division One of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League because of the second round of the Norfolk Junior Cup.

There was a depleted programme in Division One of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League because of the second round of the Norfolk Junior Cup.

The only winners in the top division were Hingham Athletic who beat Yaxham 6-1.

Bridgham United and Dereham Town A took a point each from a 3-3 draw and Rockland United secured their first point of the season with a 1-1 home draw against Narborough.

Thetford Rovers Reserves continue to lead the way in division two following their 3-2 win at Wymondham Town A and Morley Village are back up to second place after beating Saham Toney Reserves 6-1.

Bunwell drop to third after a goalless home draw with Tacolneston. Nostro recorded their second win of the season with a 2-0 home victory over Necton Reserves while Shropham United and West End failed to score in another goalless draw.

The division three leaders, Castle Acre Swifts, maintained their 100 per cent record with a 4-1 home win over Shipdham Reserves and Sporle stay second after beating Gressenhall Reserves by the odd goal of three.

Bradenham Wanderers Reserves remain third after winning 2-0 at Hethersett Athletic while Northwold SSC ran out 4-2 winners at Wendling.

The deputy secretary saw a very good match at Great Cressingham where the home team beat Bawdeswell 4-2 to pick up their first points of the season - the match was well refereed by Alan Saxby.

Division Four leaders Splitz United maintained their 100 per cent record and their lead of six points with the highest score of the day in beating Shropham United Reserves 10-0.

The next three teams are all on 12 points. Thurton and Ashby are second on goal difference after winning 4-2 at Breckland Wanderers, Rampant Horse are third after beating Scarning United 2-0 and Narborough Reserves stay fourth following their 3-1 home win over Colkirk.

In the other match, Beetley United secured their first point of the season with a 2-2 home draw against Methwold Rovers.

There was no joy for any of the five Division One teams in the Norfolk Junior Cup, which leaves just Bridgham United to fly the league's flag in the third round.

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