Blakeney through to the last sixteen
Blakeney will carry the Optic NEN flag into the last sixteen of the Norfolk Primary Cup after a 6-0 home success over Brecklands Wanderers.
Goals came from Toby Blowers (2), Adam Easa (2), Ricky Frary and Carl Salmon.
On the debit side Corpusty Reserves suffered a 6-0 reverse at home to Morley Village while Haisboro Athletic failed to do themselves justice as they finally crashed 5-3 away at Caister Youth.
Gimingham went nap at the top of the Slater & Firth Division One away to Briston without reply, Coltishall kept in touch with a 4-1 away win at North Walsham Old Boys.
Aldborough Lions and North Walsham ‘A’ shared eight goals and the points whilst Runton kept up their recent run of good results with 4-1 home win over Ludham.
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Mundesley hit Felmingham for six as they continued to chase Worstead at the top of the Wayford Nurseries Division Two.
Holt ‘A’ and Buxton Reserves drew 1-1 whilst Aylsham ‘A’ notched up a solid 3-0 home win over Cromer Youth Old Boys. Goals were in abundance at Erpingham where Lyng were the visitors for whom George Abbott netted five and Scott Symonds three with Dan Jacobs getting the consolation for the home side.
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Cawston are the new leaders of the Knights Trophies Division Three following a 7-1 thumping of Briston Reserves.
Gimingham Reserves also hit seven at home to East Ruston Reserves who replied three times with Sutton Rangers and Erpingham Reserves sharing the spoils and two goals.