Goals galore in league
It was business as usual after last week's call-offs with some more high-scoring encounters. In Division One, Homecare are currently top of the tree after a good win over Marlborough with Ross Joy and Chris Jermy on the scoresheet for the winners.
It was business as usual after last week's call-offs with some more high-scoring encounters.
In Division One, Homecare are currently top of the tree after a good win over Marlborough with Ross Joy and Chris Jermy on the scoresheet for the winners.
UEA move into second with a 100% record beating Jarrolds 5-2, leaving Jarrolds at the bottom of the league.
Mousehold had a comfortable away win at Wensum as did Costessey Crown at Loddon.
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In Division Two, Sprowston Beehive seem to be in trouble after another loss left them propping up the league, losing to Norwich Medics.
Lingwood Caveners on the other hand cant stop winning after beating Horsford 4-1, Joe Prentice MOM for Lingwood.
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UEA A scored six past Hempnall A with no reply and Mousehold Reserves lost 2-1 at South Walsham.
Division Three had the highest scoring games of the day with the ever-improving Hockering beting Thorpe Village 7-0 and Horsford B beating Drayton Reserves 6-4, Richard Simons grabbing a hat trick for Horsford.
Costessey Crown Reserves and Reepham drew two a-piece, Hellesdon held top of the table Yelverton to a 1-1 draw and Newton Flotman beat Blofield 3-1.
Old Catton are finally finding their feet after a great win over Ketts Tavern.
Division One: Drayton 6, Salhouse Rovers 2; Homecare United 2, Marlborough OB 1; Jarrolds 1, UEA Reserves 5; Wensum Albion 1, Mousehold Athletic 2.
Division Two: Lingwood Canvaners 4, Horsford A 1; Loddon United A 1, Costessey Crown 2; Mousehold Athletic Reserves 1, South Walsham Res 2; Sprowston Beehive 1, Norwich Medics 2; UEA A 6, Hempnall A 0.
Division Three: Newton Flotman Res 3, Blofield United A 1; Costessey Crown Res 2, Reepham A 2; Hellsdon Wanderers 1, Yelverton Res 1; Hockering FC 7, Thorpe Village A 0; Horsford B 6, Drayton Res 4; Old Catton Rovers 4, Ketts Tavern Toucans 1.