Leaders Feltwell United put seven past defending champions Bridgham United
Division One leaders Feltwell United increased their lead at the top of the table to seven points with a comprehensive 7-0 home win over defending champions Bridgham United.
Dereham Town A are back into second place after winning by the only goal of the game at Thetford Rovers Reserves. At the other end of the table, Shropham United beat bottom team Narborough by the same scoreline. Gressenhall won 4-0 at home to Swaffham Town A while Shipdham netted eight against Rockland United without reply.
The top two in Division Two continue to pull away from the chasing pack. Leaders Castle Acre Swifts won 4-1 at West End to maintain their 100% record while North Elmham beat third-placed Sporle 7-2 to increase the gap between themselves and their opponents to seven points. Yaxham remain fourth after inflicting a crushing 11-2 defeat on Breckland Wanderers but the highest score of the day fell to Thurton & Ashby who scored 15 against bottom team Cockers without reply.
Nostro won 4-1 at Methwold Rovers to remain fifth and Saham Toney Reserves move above Hethersett Athletic after beating them by the only goal of the game. Gressenhall Reserves have withdrawn from the league and all their records have been deleted from the table.
The top three in Division Three all won - leaders Scarning United won 7-1 at home to Hingham Athletic Reserves, second-placed Bawdeswell beat Great Cressingham 6-0 and Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves beat Marham Wanderers by the odd goal of five. In the other matches, Tugas United beat Rampant Horse 3-1 while Wendling won 4-0 at bottom team Narborough Reserves. Rockland United Reserves beat Stoke Ferry 2-0 at home and Colkirk enjoyed a 5-0 win at Splitz United.
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In Division Four, the leaders Watton United A were held to a 1-1 draw by Yaxham Reserves and this enabled Litcham to close the gap at the top to three points after their 3-1 home win over Weasenham Wanderers. North Elmham Reserves are back to third place after beating Dereham Cockers United 4-2. In the lower half of the table, Beetley United beat Tacolneston Reserves by the odd goal of five, Methwold Rovers Reserves won 2-0 at Castle Acre Swifts Reserves and Shipdham Reserves and Walsingham United shared the spoils from a 2-2 draw.
There were two group matches in the Fen Regis Invitation Shield. In Group B, Tacolneston beat Northwold S&SC 2-0 while in Group C, Morley Village ran out easy 9-0 winners at Mattishall A.
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