Drayton miss chance to reduce Yelverton lead
BUSINESS HOUSE LEAGUE: Division One leaders Yelverton had a free week which should have allowed Drayton to close even more ground however Drayton failed to take the chance and could only draw 1-1 against Salhouse to leave Yelverton one win and a draw away from taking the title.
Division One leaders Yelverton had a free week which should have allowed Drayton to close even more ground however Drayton failed to take the chance and could only draw 1-1 against Salhouse to leave Yelverton one win and a draw away from taking the title.
Drayton must now be looking over their shoulders as UEA Reserves didn't make the same mistake and won convincingly 4-1 at Jarrolds to move to within two points of second place. Costessey continued their form with a win over Wensum and Marlborough OB lost to Loddon A, however Homecare Utd turned a corner when they came back to beat Mousehold Athletic 4-3.
Division Two leaders Jubilee won at Taverham 3-0 and increased their lead after Lingwood shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Hempnall A.
Sprowston Beehive had another poor week as Costessey Sports took revenge for their earlier defeat to the Bees in the season by winning 5-1 away. Dyers Arms scored four goals away from home, however their hosts Horsford A scored five.
Mousehold Athletic Reserves continued their losing run for 2010 in a 6-0 defeat at the hands of UEA and must now be looking over their shoulders at the relegation spot.
Hockering FC are the team to watch in Division Three three to watch currently. This week's 5-2 win over Horsford B has moved them up into third spot behind Yelverton Reserves who beat Blofield 2-1 in a closely-contested game on a bad pitch at Postwick. Newton Flotman moved up to 4th after beating Reepham 3-0, Ketts Tavern Toucans beat last-placed Thorpe Village A to also move up a place. League leaders Costessey Crown Reserves stay top after beating Drayton Reserves 4-1.