Dickleburgh go goal crazy
Dickleburgh are back on top of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League Division One after beating bottom team Yaxham 10-1. Second placed Bridgham United got back to winning ways with a 2-1 home win over Cockers.
Dickleburgh are back on top of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League Division One after beating bottom team Yaxham 10-1.
Second placed Bridgham United got back to winning ways with a 2-1 home win over Cockers. Gressenhall beat Narborough by the same score to hold on to fourth spot.
The Division Two leaders went down to their first league defeat of the season as they were beaten 2-0 away by Thetford Rovers Reserves.
Necton Reserves move up to fifth after winning by the odd goal of seven at West End and Wymondham Town A continue to move away from the lower reaches of the division after winning 5-2 at Shropham United.
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At the bottom of the table, Hingham Athletic Reserves beat Saham Toney Reserves 4-2 and jump above them out of bottom spot.
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Leaders Bradenham Wanderers Res won 2-0 at Gressenhall Res but second placed Castle Acre Swifts were beaten 3-1 by Northwold SSC who close the gap on Castle Acre to just one point.
Hethersett Athletic, in fourth place, soundly beat bottom team Hindolveston 8-0. The other match between Sporle and Wendling ended in a 2-2 draw.
There was just one match in Division Four and Narborough Reserves beat Breckland Wanderers 2-1.
In the third round of the Dick Davey Ambulance Cup it was a good day for the home teams. Hingham Athletic beat Shipdham 3-1 to set up a home semi-final against Stoke Ferry who were the only away winners, beating Bawdeswell 4-2.
Dereham Town A won by the same score at home to Thurton and Ashby and they will visit Splitz United in the other semi-final who were 2-1 home winners over Morley Village.
In the group matches in the Fen Regis Invitation Shield, Rockland United and Colkirk drew 2-2 in Group A, a result which now leaves Rockland having to beat Hingham Athletic in the last match to take the top place in the group.
In Group C Methwold Rovers won 4-0 at Shipdham Reserves and have qualified for the semi-finals. In Group D Nostro beat Swaffham Town A to make sure of their place in the semi-finals.