Coltishall top the pile following draw with champions

With a month into the Norwich Premier Security NEN League season results are starting to settle into a pattern.

Last season’s Slater & Frith runners-up Coltishall are currently top of the pile after they shared the points with reigning champions Gimingham in a 2-2 draw. Runton are hard in behind them after they banged in a half dozen without reply at home to Lyng, with their Chris Long notching four of them.

Richard Mileham also netted four of Horning’s goals when at home to Aldborough Lions they ran out 6-2 winners. Thomas Crabb was Haisboro Athletics’ hat-trick hero as they came from behind to beat North Walsham ‘A’ by the odd goal of nine.

Ludham were odd goal winners of three at Worstead and East Ruston picked up their first point of the season with a 2-2 draw at Corpusty.

In the top of the table clash in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two at Madra between hosts Mundesley and Erpingham the game finished all square at 2-2 and, although Erpingham head the table on goal difference, Mundesley have a game in hand.


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Blakeney kept in touch following their 3-0 away win at Buxton Reserves and there were away wins for Cromer Youth OB, Corpusty Reserves & Holt ‘A’ at Aldborough Lion Reserves, Hickling and Gimingham Reserves respectively.

Plumstead Rangers consolidated top spot in the Knights Trophies Division Three with a 6-4 home win over Felmingham, Glaven Valley hit double figures at home to Coltishall Reserves whilst Worstead Reserves were 2-1 victors away at Holt Colts.

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