Dickleburgh go back in top spot

In the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League, Dickleburgh have gone back to the top of Division One.They got a 3-2 home win over Narborough. Former leaders Dereham Town A dropped two points in a 1-1 draw at Yaxham which gave the home team their first point of the season.

In the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League, Dickleburgh have gone back to the top of Division One.

They got a 3-2 home win over Narborough.

Former leaders Dereham Town A dropped two points in a 1-1 draw at Yaxham which gave the home team their first point of the season.

The last 100 per cent record in the division went with Hingham Athletic's 5-1 home defeat at the hands of Cranworth who move up to fourth, one point behind Bridgham United who won by the odd goal of seven at Swaffham Town A.


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Shipdham beat Cockers 2-0 at home to record their first league win of the season but Rockland United were beaten 3-0 at home by Gressenhall and are still looking for their first point of the season.

There was one match in Division Four and Stoke Ferry beat Shropham United Reserves 4-1.

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The majority of the league's teams were engaged in the first round of the Norfolk Primary Cup.

There were successes for several teams including Hethersett Athletic who won 3-2 at Caister A, Castle Acre Swifts, 3-1 home winners over Worstead and Hingham Athletic Reserves who beat Horsford United A by the same score.

Rampant Horse beat Old Catton Rovers 4-0, Thurton and Ashby were 2-0 home winners over Paperclip and Wendling won 3-1 at Marham Wanderers.

In all-league clashes, Bunwell beat Hindolveston 3-1 while Narborough Reserves ran out 3-2 winners at home to Shropham United.

Four teams will have to replay next week. West End drew 2-2 with UEA A, Morley Village shared eight goals on their visit to Newton Flotman Reserves and, in an all-league encounter, Great Cressingham drew 2-2 with Wymondham Town A.

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