Bridgham's woes continue
In Division One of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League, second-placed Bridgham United continued to lose momentum.They slumped to a second consecutive defeat, losing 3-2 at Narborough.
In Division One of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League, second-placed Bridgham United continued to lose momentum.
They slumped to a second consecutive defeat, losing 3-2 at Narborough.
Dickleburgh, in third place, won 5-3 at home to Cockers and are now on the same number of points as Bridgham with a game in hand.
Gressenhall stay fifth after their 3-1 win at Swaffham Town A and Shipdham beat Cranworth 4-2 at home.
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The Division Two leaders Tacolneston were without a game and second-placed Morley Village closed the gap to just one point winning their local derby at Wymondham Town A 2-1.
Thetford Rovers Reserves, in third spot, notched their first draw of the season with a 2-2 result at Necton Reserves and Bunwell beat Saham Toney Reserves 4-2 to remain fourth.
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The top four in Division Three all won - leaders Bradenham Wanderers Reserves got back to winning ways with a 4-1 home win over Wendling, second-placed Castle Acre Swifts beat bottom team Hindolveston 6-0 while Northwold SSC won an entertaining game at Gressenhall Reserves 3-1.
Hethersett Athletic beat Great Cressingham by the same score.
In Division Four, second met third and Thurton and Ashby came out on top, beating Methwold Rovers by the odd goal of three. Shropham United Reserves and Stoke Ferry took a point each from a 3-3 draw and Breckland Wanderers beat bottom team Beetley United 7-3.
Sporle reached the semi-finals of the Ben Smith Memorial Cup by beating West End 4-2 at home in their delayed fifth round match. They will now entertain Bradenham Wanderers Reserves in the semi-finals on April 10.
In the group matches in the Fen Regis Invitation Shield, Hingham Athletic put themselves in a strong position in Group A by beating Colkirk 8-1.
Dereham Town A have won Group B by winning 5-0 at Rampant Horse and have qualified for the semi-finals.
In Group C, Shipdham Reserves beat Scarning United 4-1 and now need to beat Methwold Rovers in the last match to reach the last four and, in Group D, Nostro won 3-1 at Hingham Athletic Reserves and need a point from their last match with Swaffham Town A to make sure of a place in the semi-finals.