Just perfect for leaders Toftwood
Central & South Norfolk League: Defending league champions Toftwood United maintained their 100pc record with a 2-0 home win over North Elmham. They now lead second-placed Redgrave Rangers by nine points, despite Redgrave's 6-2 home win over East Harling Reserves.
Central & South Norfolk League: Defending league champions Toftwood United maintained their 100pc record with a 2-0 home win over North Elmham.
They now lead second-placed Redgrave Rangers by nine points, despite Redgrave's 6-2 home win over East Harling Reserves. Yaxham, in third place, beat Gressenhall by the odd goal of five and Saham Toney in fourth spot won 3-1 at Swaffham Town A.
Dereham Town A are up to fifth after beating local rivals Dereham Posties 3-0 and Hingham Athletic stay sixth despite dropping points in a 2-2 draw with bottom club Mulbarton Wanderers.
Division Two leaders Dickleburgh lost 3-1 at fourth-placed Bridgham United and second-paced Attleborough Town A beat Mattishall A 6-2.
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Tacolneston stay third after winning 4-1 at Saham Toney Reserves. The top four teams are now all on 19 points.
In the other match, Shipdham won 3-1 at Morley Village Reserves to move up to fifth.
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In Division Three, the leaders Bunwell won 3-2 at bottom team Shipdham Reserves, but former leaders Cockers were beaten again, this time 4-2 at fourth-placed Brandon Town A.
Wendling are up to fifth place after beating Rockland United Reserves 3-1. Toftwood United Reserves move above Swanton Morley after beating them 2-0 and Gressenhall Reserves were
5-2 home winners over Foulsham Reserves.
In Division Four, third-placed Colkirk lost 6-4 at home to Shropham United, Thurton and Ashby climbed back to fourth place after beating bottom team Stoke Ferry Reserves 14-1 and Dereham Posties Reserves beat Garboldisham 3-2.
In a very close-fought Ben Smith Memorial Cup third round match, Rockland United came out on top 4-2 against Stoke Ferry to earn a trip to Bradenham Wanderers Reserves in the next round.
Only two of the third round Mervyn Lambert Plant Hire Pease League Cup ties were played - West End booked a semi-final place with a 1-0 win at Hingham Athletic Reserves as did Sporle who were 4-2 home winners over Thetford Rovers Reserves.
In a third round Norfolk Primary cup-tie, Thetford Athletic beat West Winch Reserves 4-1.