Felmingham produce cup upset with win over East Ruston

It was Benevolent Cup day in the NPSS Security Services NEN League and Felmingham produced the shock of the day in the Nicholson’s of Stalham competition, when at home to East Ruston they knocked out the Division One outfit by embarrassing their visitors to be on the wrong end of a 6-3 scoreline.

Division Two front runners Aldborough Lions also produced an excellent result when at home to neighbours Aylsham ‘A’ also from Division One they produced a five star performance and they went nap without reply. Plumstead Rangers also from Division Two recorded another fine result disposing of first division side Horning 5-3. Gimingham made sure there was not going to be any further slip ups when at Southrepps they romped to a 10-1 success. Corpusty recorded their first win of the season at Holt ‘A’ by a 7-3 margin. Runton gained a walkover into the next round as Haisboro Athletic conceded the tie.

The draw for the quarter finals resulted as follows: Aldborough v Felmingham, N Walsham or Mundesley v Plumstead Rangers, Gimingham v Corpusty and Runton v Worstead. Ties will be played early in December.

There was only one game in the Slater & Frith Division One which saw Ludham move up to fourth place in the table following their 5-1 home win over Worstead.

Erpingham notched up a 5-0 away win at Corpusty Reserves in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two and in the Knights Trophies Division Three, leaders Trunch at home to Aldborough Reserves netted five times without reply, second placed Holt Colt returned home odd goal winners of nine following their trip to Worstead Reserves and Plumstead Rangers Reserves won 2-1 away at Erpingham Reserves.


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