Local rivals Dereham Town A and Shipdham to face each other in Sound and Vision Junior League Cup final
League fixtures got back to normal after the enforced break with no fixtures postponed because of the weather.
The Sound and Vision Junior League Cup final will be a local derby between Dereham Town A and Shipdham. Dereham Town A won 3-1 on penalties after a 1-1 draw after extra time at Division One leaders Feltwell United while Shipdham beat Shropham United 3-0 to book their place in the final at Aldiss Park in April.
There were four matches in Division One and they had little effect on the top placings. Third placed Morley Village missed out on the opportunity to close the gap on the leaders by losing 5-2 on their visit to Thetford Rovers Reserves. Defending champions Bridgham United in fourth spot were held to a 1-1 draw by Gressenhall while Northwold S&SC went down to a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of Swaffham Town A. The bottom two met and Rockland United came out on top with a 5-1 win at Narborough, a result which pushes Narborough ever closer to relegation to Division Two.
Division Two leaders Sporle ran up the highest score of the day in beating Cockers 11-0. Castle Acre Swifts’ game was postponed by their opponents which allowed North Elmham to move into second place as a result of their 5-1 home win over Nostro. Yaxham stay fourth after their 5-1 win at Necton. Breckland Wanderers were held to a 3-3 home draw by Hethersett Athletic. Saham Toney Reserves collected three valuable points from a 4-1 home win over West End and Thurton & Ashby beat Methwold Rovers 4-0.
Scarning Utd. stay top of Division Three after their 3-2 win against Rampant Horse with the match being played at Scarning thanks to the co-operation between both clubs. Bawdeswell remain second as a result of their 6-1 home win over Wendling and Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves are still third after a convincing 9-1 win at Great Cressingham. Marham Wanderers are up to fourth after beating Splitz United 5-0 and Mattishall A are fifth after winning 3-0 at Rockland United Reserves. Hingham Athletic Reserves collected three useful points from their 3-1 win at Colkirk while Tugas United continue to move up the table after a similar scoreline win at Stoke Ferry.
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Division Four leaders Watton United A held on to top spot with a 2-0 home win over Walsingham United while Shropham United Reserves leapfrog over Yaxham Reserves into second place after beating them 4-1. Litcham remain fourth following their 3-1 home win over North Elmham Reserves and Nostro Reserves maintained their sixth place by beating Tacolneston Reserves by the odd goal of seven. At the lower end of the table, Castle Acre Swifts Reserves squeezed past Beetley United 2-1 and Methwold Rovers Reserves ran out 6-1 winners at Weasenham Wanderers.
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