Castle Acre Swifts beat Bridgham United - and the weather - to move back to the top of Division One

The snow caused more problems with fixtures with three games being postponed and another three abandoned before 70 minutes had been played which means that they all will have to be rescheduled.

Castle Acre Swifts beat Bridgham United 5-3 to move back to the top of Division One. Morley Village won by the odd goal of seven at Rockland United and are back up to second as a result. Dereham Town A won 3-2 at Tacolneston and stay fourth while Swaffham Town A remain fifth after their 3-1 win at Thetford Rovers Reserves. Gressenhall picked up three valuable points in their bid to avoid relegation with a 6-0 home win over Northwold S&SC.

Nostro are up to second in Division Two although they dropped two points in a 3-3 draw with Saham Toney Reserves, a result which lifts Saham Toney out of bottom place for the first time since September. Scarning United are up to third following an 8-3 victory at Rampant Horse and, in the other match, Cockers one 4-2 at Hethersett Athletic.

Division Three leaders Litcham got back to winning ways with an emphatic 8-1 success at Wendling and have moved three points clear at the top after second placed Weeting were held to a 1-1 draw at Colkirk. Stoke Ferry beat bottom team Narborough Reserves 7-0 to stay fourth and Hingham Athletic Reserves remain fifth after their 5-1 home win over Rockland United Reserves. Marham Wanderers beat Great Cressingham by the odd goal of seven and Methwold United had a good 3-1 home win over Splitz United.

Feltwell United Reserves consolidated their second place in Division Four with a 5-1 home win over Weasenham Wanderers. Tacolneston Reserves beat Gressenhall Reserves 8-1 and Shipdham Reserves ran out 5-2 home winners over Dereham Cockers United.

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