Burgh make a fine start

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League: Reformed Happisburgh got off to an excellent start to their new season with a 5-2 midweek triumph over promoted Horning followed by a best of seven goal victory over North Walsham A.

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League

Reformed Happisburgh got off to an excellent start to their new season with a 5-2 midweek triumph over promoted Horning followed by a best of seven goal victory over North Walsham A.

Reigning Slater & Firth champions East Ruston were sunk 3-0 at home to Gimingham, North Walsham Old Boys beat Erpingham by the odd goal of five and last season's challengers Lyng and Mundesley shared honours from an eight-goal thriller.

In Wayford Nurseries Division Two Aylsham A won a high-scoring opener against Buxton Reserves 13-6 while relegated Dilham got off to a flyer, beating Felmingham 6-1 while formidable Bodham slammed Runton 7-0.


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t Slater & Firth Division One: Coltishall 4, Corpusty 2; East Ruston 0, Gimingham 3; Erpingham 2, North Walsham Old Boys 3; Happisburgh 4, North Walsham A 3; Horning 3, Hickling 2; Lyng 4, Mundesley 4.

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t Wayford Nurseries Division Two: Buxton Reserves 6, Aylsham A 13; Corpusty Reserves 0, Stalham A 2; Dilham 6, Felmingham 1; North Walsham OB Reserves 4, Briston 5; Runton 0, Bodham 7.

t Knights Trophies Division Three: Gimingham Reserves 1, Cawston 3; Holt Colts 1, Aldborough Lions Reserves 2; Mundesley Reserves 1, Cromer Youth Old Boys 4.

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