Division One leaders Morley Village held to first league draw by Northwold S&SC in 10-goal thriller
Division One leaders Morley Village were held to their first league draw of the season by Northwold S&SC with the two teams sharing 10 goals.
Dereham Town A are up to second after beating bottom team Narborough 6-0 and Castle Acre Swifts are third after winning 5-0 at Rockland United. Tacolneston have slipped to fourth after being beaten 6-3 at home by North Elmham while Swaffham Town A won by the odd goal of five at Gressenhall. The other two matches ended in 3-3 draws - Shipdham were held by Thetford Rovers Reserves and Yaxham and Bridgham United shared the spoils.
Division Two leaders Rampant Horse ran out 7-1 winners at Tugas United and Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves are up to second after winning 5-0 at Nostro. In the other match, Cockers picked up three points with a 5-2 win at bottom team Saham Toney Reserves.
Watton United A stay top of Division Three following their 7-2 win at Wendling and Litcham are up to second after winning 6-0 at bottom team Narborough Reserves. North Elmham Reserves drew 2-2 with Splitz United to move out of bottom place and Weeting beat Hingham Athletic Reserves 4-1.
Mulbarton Wanderers A increased their lead at the top of Division Four to seven points although they were held to a 4-4 home draw by Nostro Reserves while the next three teams all lost 3-2. Walsingham United went down by the odd goal of five at Beetley United, Weasenham Wanderers lost by the same scoreline at home to Tacolneston Reserves and Yaxham Reserves were beaten by Feltwell United Reserves. Castle Acre Swifts Resevres beat Shipdham Reserves 6-0 and Gressenhall Reserves beat Dereham Cockers United by the odd goal of three.
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Three teams from the league made progress in the Norfolk Primary Cup. West End won at Castle Rising by the only goal of the game, Scarning United beat Smithdon Hunstanton 2-1 and, in the all-League clash, Stoke Ferry came out on top, beating Attleborough Athletic 4-2.
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