Feltwell remain top after ten-goal thriller

Feltwell United remain top of Division One after beating Rockland United 6-4. They lead Tacolneston by two points although Tacolneston were made to struggle for their 3-2 home win over bottom club Narborough having to come from behind twice in a match well refereed by Peter Mitchell.

Dereham Town A are up to third after beating Gressenhall 5-3 and Morley Village move up to fourth as a result of their 5-3 home win over Northwold S&SC. The other two matches ended as 3-2 away wins with Shropham United winning at Shipdham and Swaffham Town A getting the better of Thetford Rovers Reserves.

Division Two leaders North Elmham ran up the highest score of the day in beating Methwold Rovers 13-0 at home. Sporle in second place also had a big win with a 9-0 success at Gressenhall Reserves and Breckland Wanderers retained third spot with a 4-1 win at West End.

Castle Acre Swifts maintained the only 100% record in the league with a 6-0 home win over bottom team Cockers and Necton move up to fifth as a result of their 4-2 win at Saham Toney Reserves. In the other match, Nostro beat Hethersett Athletic 2-0.

Scarning United consolidated their position at the top of Division Three with a 5-1 win at Marham Wanderers and Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves are up to second after scoring six without reply from Stoke Ferry. Bawdeswell beat bottom team Narborough Reserves 7-1 to move up to seventh and Mattishall A have dropped to fourth after being beaten 5-3 by Tugas United.

Rampant Horse beat Great Cressingham by the odd goal of seven and Wendling beat Splitz United by the same score. Rockland United Reserves picked up their first league win of the season with an only goal of the game win over Hingham Athletic Reserves.

Litcham are the new leaders in Division Four following their 8-1 success at Dereham Cockers United. The former leaders Yaxham Reserves could not raise a team and postponed their scheduled fixture.

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North Elmham Reserves are up to third after winning 3-2 at Beetley United. There was a good contest between Watton United A and Weasenham Wanderers with Watton coming out on top by the odd goal of three - the match was well refereed by Adrian Burton, officiating in his first match in the league.

Walsingham United maintained their improved form with a 3-2 home win over Castle Acre Swifts Reserves, Methwold Rovers Reserves won the local derby with Methwold United 3-0 and Nostro Reserves beat bottom team Shipdham Reserves 4-1.

In the third round replay of the Norfolk Primary Cup, Yaxham made sure of their place in the next round with a 5-3 home win over Watlington Sports & Social Club.