Bawdeswell replace Scarning United at top of Division Three
Feltwell United received the League Championship trophy following their home match against Shipdham but they left it late to secure a point from a 2-2 draw. Morley Village moved to within one point of second-placed Dereham Town A as a result of their 5-2 win at Bridgham United. Northwold S&SC stay fourth after their 1-1 draw at Gressenhall and Rockland United and Thetford Rovers Reserves also took a point each from a 2-2 draw.
Division Two leaders Castle Acre Swifts lost their 100% record in midweek in a draw at Sporle but won 2-0 at Methwold Rovers to go 11 points clear at the top and to confirm promotion to Division One. Third-placed Yaxham won 12-2 at Cockers with the highest score of the day. Sporle remain fourth after winning by the odd goal of five at Necton and Nostro are fifth after their 5-3 win at Thurton & Ashby.
Former Division Three leaders Scarning United had a bad week, having been beaten by Splitz United in midweek and then going down to Bawdeswell 3-2. The result moves Bawdeswell into top place with a three point lead over Scarning. Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves stay third following their 3-0 win at Rockland United Reserves and Tugas United are now up to fourth after beating bottom team Narborough Reserves 6-3. Great Cressingham held Marham Wanderers to a 2-2 draw while Rampant Horse beat Stoke Ferry by the odd goal of three. Hingham Athletic Reserves move out of the bottom two after their 3-2 home win over Colkirk and Mattishall A won by the only goal of the game at Splitz United.
The top four in Division Four all won. Leaders Watton United A won 3-1 at Shropham United Reserves while Litcham beat Castle Acre Swifts Reserves by the same score. North Elmham Reserves stay third after beating Shipdham Reserves 6-2 and Methwold Rovers Reserves beat Tacolneston Reserves by the odd goal of three. Beetley United won 3-2 at home to Weasenham Wanderers and bottom team Methwold United took a point from a goalless draw at home to Dereham Cockers United in a match where both sides failed to take their chances.
The final of the Dick Davey Ambulance Cup on Wednesday, May 2 will be between North Elmham who beat Swaffham Town A 4-2 at Tacolneston who ran out 6-1 winners at Saham Toney Reserves.