Ludham shoot to top

Ludham took over top spot of the Slater and Frith Division One when at North Walsham Old Boys they knocked off the morning leaders following an odd goal victory of three.

Ludham took over top spot of the Slater and Frith Division One when at North Walsham Old Boys they knocked off the morning leaders following an odd goal victory of three.

A solitary Glenn Thurston strike was enough to secure all three points for reigning champions Gimingham at home to Hickling.

East Ruston hit Coltishall for five who reply just the once whilst North Walsham A also when nap at home to Lyng who replied twice themselves

Briston lead the way in Wayford Nurseries Division Two albeit by virtue of goal difference thanks to their 7-2 trouncing of Felmingham.


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Aldborough, who are level on points, also went on goal spree hitting six against Buxton Reserves who replied just the once.

Aylsham A also scored six without reply at home to luckless Erpingham.

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Stalham A won the local derby at Haisboro Athletic by 2-1 margin and Corpusty Reserves recorded the first win of the season 3-1 away at Mundesley Reserves.

In Knights Trophies Division Three, Worstead surrendered their 100 per cent record when at Aldborough green they were held to a 1-1 draw by the Lion Reserves, Cromer Youth Old Boys and Gimingham Reserves were involved in a nine-goal thriller with the home side running out 6-3 winners, Jordan Buxton scoring four times for them with Adam Folkes getting all of the visitors' goals. East Ruston Reserves won 2-0 away at Cawston

The league have no survivors left in the Junior Cup, Mundesley gave a good account of themselves before losing out 4-3 after extra time to The Albion (Great Yarmouth), Runton hopes ended at Downham Market Reserves as did Horning at Lynn Napier.

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