Blofield in spotlight

With no games in Division One in the Business House League due to County Cup fixtures, the emphasis was on Division Two and Three teams to grab the headlines.

With no games in Division One in the Business House League due to County Cup fixtures, the emphasis was on Division Two and Three teams to grab the headlines.

Blofield did exactly that in Division Three with a 7-0 demolition of Horsford B with M Goddard and M Harris both grabbing hat-tricks.

Another high-scoring game was at Sprowston Rec with Division Two Beehive grabbing five goals; unfortunately their opponents Lingwood grabbed seven.

In the other fixtures, Costessey Sports scored six for the second week running against a Dyers side still looking to get into their stride.


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Medics and Jubilee shared the spoils in division two with two a-piece and Hellesdon beat Reepham A in division three.

In the other Division Two fixtures Mousehold Reserves won 2-0 away at Hempnall, UEA lost at Horsford and South Walsham Res won at home to Taverham. In division three, Costessey Crown Reserves lost 4-1 at home to Old Catton and Thorpe A drew with Newton Flotman Res 0-0.

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Results

Division Two: Costessey Sports 6 Dyers Arms 1; Hempnall A 0 Mousehold Res 2; Norwich Medics 2, Jubilee 2; South Walsham Res 1, Sprowston Beehive 5, Lingwood 7; Taverham 0; UEA A 0, Horsford A 2.

Division Three: Horsford 0, Blofield A 7; Costessey Crown Res 1, Old Catton 4; Drayton Res 3, Yelverton Res 3; Hockering 0, Ketts Tavern Toucans 1; Reepham A 0, Hellesdon 3; Thorpe Village A 0, Newton Flotman Res 0.

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