Rovers in seventh heaven as they go top

PUBLISHED: 13:01 19 September 2010 | UPDATED: 10:35 14 October 2010

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League

Thetford Rovers Reserves are the new leaders in Division One, after beating Swaffham Town A 7-1.

In the other match, Dereham Town A beat Great Ryburgh 6-0 and move into second spot as a result.

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League

Thetford Rovers Reserves are the new leaders in Division One, after beating Swaffham Town A 7-1.

In the other match, Dereham Town A beat Great Ryburgh 6-0 and move into second spot as a result.

Castle Acre Swifts head Division Two following their 4-2 home win over Saham Toney Reserves and are a point clear of Nostro who won 5-2 at Necton.

Shropham United beat Hingham Athletic Reserves 7-0 at home while Hethersett Athletic won 3-1 at Sporle. West End picked up their first points of the season with an only goal of the match success at Wymondham Town A.

The two other matches ended as draws - Feltwell United and Morley Village scored one apiece while Yaxham and Northwold S&SC shared four goals.

Narborough Reserves stay top of Division Three although they were held to a 2-2 draw by Breckland Wanderers.

North Elmham are second with a 100 per cent record after their 6-1 win at Stoke Ferry and newly-promoted Thurton and Ashby have a similar record after winning 5-1 at Great Cressingham.

Bawdeswell beat Shipdham Reserves 4-1 at home while Methwold Rovers ran out 7-0 winners at home to Marham Wanderers.

Rockland United Reserves recorded their first win of the season with a 3-1 defeat of Splitz United while Gressenhall Reserves and Wendling took a point each from a 1-1 draw.

In Division Four, Rampant Horse ran up the biggest score of the day with a 10-1 home success over Shropham United Reserves and Diss Town A also enjoyed a 9-0 win at Beetley United.

Weasenham Wanderers picked up their first points with a 3-2 win at North Elmham Reserves and Scarning United beat Tacolneston Reserves 3-0.

The match between Mattishall A and Tugas United was abandoned after some 55 minutes because of a serious injury to a Mattishall player.

Most of the first division teams were engaged in action in the first round of the Norfolk Junior Cup.

There were a couple of notable successes with Cranworth winning 3-1 at Mattishall Reserves, Narborough beating Norwich CEYMS by the only goal of the game and Shipdham beating Gimingham United 4-1 at home.

In the all-league clash, Rockland United won at Bunwell by the odd goal of five. Two teams drew and will have to replay next week - Bridgham United drew 1-1 at home to Stalham Town Reserves while Tacolneston held Ludham to an away draw with the same scoreline.

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