Dereham lose but stay top
Division One leaders Dereham Town A went down to their third defeat of the season with a 4-1 loss at their counterparts from Swaffham Town. They stay ahead of Dickleburgh but only on goal difference as Dickleburgh closed the gap with a 5-1 win at Cranworth.
Division One leaders Dereham Town A went down to their third defeat of the season with a 4-1 loss at their counterparts from Swaffham Town.
They stay ahead of Dickleburgh but only on goal difference as Dickleburgh closed the gap with a 5-1 win at Cranworth.
Cockers remain third after netting nine without reply from bottom club Yaxham and Bridgham United are up to fourth after beating Gressenhall 3-0. Shipdham climb above Hingham Athletic to fifth after beating them by the odd goal of five and Narborough were 4-2 home winners over Rockland United
The Division Two leaders Thetford Rovers Reserves had their match abandoned at half-time because of a player's injury.
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Tacolneston have moved up into second place following their 2-0 home win in the local derby with Bunwell. In an end-to-end match played in very wet conditions, Morley Village and Nostro had to settle for a point each from a 4-4 draw and, in the other match, West End secured only their second win of the season with a heavy 10-2 home defeat inflicted on Saham Toney Reserves.
The Division Three leaders, Bradenham Wanderers Reserves, retained top spot with a 4-0 win at Shipdham Reserves and lead Castle Acre Swifts on goal difference after their 5-0 home win over Great Cressingham. Sporle suffered only their second defeat of the season in losing 5-1 at home to Hethersett Athletic and fourth-placed Bawdeswell also lost, going down 2-0 at Gressenhall Reserves In the other match, Northwold S&SC beat bottom club Hindolveston 3-1.
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The Division Four leaders Splitz United maintained their 100 per cent record with a 9-0 win over bottom team Beetley United and Thurton and Ashby retain second spot as a result of running up the highest score of the day in their 12-1 away win at Shropham United Reserves.
Narborough Reserves are up to third after beating Rampant Horse by the odd goal of five and Scarning United picked up three useful points with a 5-2 home win over Colkirk.
Honours were even in the local derby at Stoke Ferry where the home team and Methwold Rovers shared six goals.