Gimingham pull away at top of table

Optic NE Norfolk League round-up

GIMINGHAM widened their lead at the top of the Slater & Frith division one table when entertaining East Ruston and were victors by the odd goal of three, thanks to efforts from Glen Thurston and Wayne Cutting with Lee Hayman replying for the visitors.

Whilst this was happening, Coltishall were dropping points at home to North Walsham A when goals from Coren Hardy and Kieran Davies were enough to secure a point for the visitors in a 2-2 draw.

Horning’s Richard Mileham netted five times as his side hit Hickling for six with Dave Sutton scoring the other, the visitors replied twice thanks to Nathan Culley and Chris Brown.

Briston hit eight without reply at home to North Walsham Old Boys and a solitary strike by Corpusty at Ludham was enough to claim all three points.


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Both front runners in the Wayford Nurseries division two were amongst the goals, leaders Worstead went nap at home over Felmingham and Haisboro Athletic went one better scoring six at home to Buxton Reserves.

Lyng were odd goal winners of seven, thanks to a brace apiece from George Abbott and Levi Lee over visitors Aylsham A whose goals came from Daniel Murphy, Steve Bush and an opponent.

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Holt A hit five at home to Mundesley, Daniel Rouse scoring four times with Lee Morgan also getting on the scoresheet, the visitors replying twice.

Erpingham chalked up a 2-1 away win at Corpusty Reserves, their goals coming from Andy Adams and Scott Halliday.

Knights Trophies division three leaders Blakeney notched up a 3-1 away win at Sutton Rangers, Cawston who are second on goal difference travelled to Erpingham Reserves and won 4-0.

Gimingham Reserves hit East Ruston Reserves for six with the home side netting once, Aldborough Lions Reserves entertained Holt Colts and were 2-0 victors and Mundesley Reserves finished odd goal winners of three at home to Glaven Valley.

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