Honours even in top of the table clash
NICHOLSONS OF STALHAM (NEN) LEAGUE:The top of the table clash in Slater and Frith Division One ended with four goals and honours shared by reigning champions East Ruston and North Walsham Old Boys.
The top of the table clash in Slater and Frith Division One ended with four goals and honours shared by reigning champions East Ruston and North Walsham Old Boys.
Mundesley failed to seize their chance by drawing 1-1 at Erpingham and now all are threatened by Happisburgh who leapt into second spot on goal difference behind Ruston following their 4-0 triumph over Lyng.
In Wayford Nurseries Division Two Bodham's charge continued with a 7-1 rout of Holt A leaving them five points clear of Runton who won by the odd goal in a nine goal thriller at Aylsham A.
Aldborough Lions, with three games in hand and an unblemished record of 12 points from four, are the main threat to Bodham's chances after a 3-0 win over Stalham A.
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Mundesley Reserves stay top of Knights Trophies Division Three after their 3-2 win over Blakeney.
Meanwhile Briston Reserves, after some seasons in the doldrums, are vastly improved and are threatening the leaders after chalking up the highest score of the day 12-0 over Aldborough Reserves.
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