North Elmham close the gap on Castle Acre Swifts
Division One leaders Castle Acre Swifts were without a game following a late postponement by their opponents, Shipdham. As a result, North Elmham cut the lead at the top to just five points following their 4-2 home win over Rockland United.
Third-placed Morley Village dropped two points in being held to a 1-1 draw at Bridgham United. Swaffham Town A beat Gressenhall 5-1 and stay sixth and Dereham Town A are seventh after a 5-1 home win over Northwold S&SC. In the battle of the bottom two, Thetford Rovers Reserves beat Narborough 4-0 to move out of the relegation places.
Scarning United are up to second place in Division Two after beating leaders Rampant Horse 3-0 and Necton are up to third following their 4-0 win at Bawdeswell. West End won by the odd goal of seven at Nostro. Bottom team Saham Toney Reserves belied their lowly position and drew 3-3 at Hethersett Athletic to pick up their first point of the season with a spirited performance in a very open and entertaining game.
The top two in Division Three were both held to draws. Leaders Litcham drew 4-4 at Hingham Athletic Reserves who move up to third as a result of their point and Attleborough Athletic were held to a goalless draw by Stoke Ferry. Weeting were beaten 2-0 at Wendling and drop to fourth place. Great Cressingham are up to seventh after beating Splitz United 3-0 while Marham Wanderers picked up three valuable points from their 3-2 home win over Colkirk. Methwold United beat bottom team Narborough Reserves 5-1 and Rockland United Reserves scored the only goal of the game to beat North Elmham Reserves.
The Division Four leaders Mulbarton Wanderers A won 3-1 at Dereham Cockers United to go 10 points clear at the top of the table. Yaxham Reserves beat bottom team Methwold United Reserves 8-1 to move up to third place. Nostro Reserves won 3-0 at Gressenhall Reserves to stay fifth. Castle Acre Swifts Reserves and Weasenham Wanderers shared the spoils from a goalless draw and Shipdham Reserves won by the odd goal of three at Tacolneston Reserves.
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