Perfect ten for Coltishall

Coltishall hit top form in the Slater & Frith Division One when at home to Hickling they netted ten times with Woodcock & Nixon both notching four each, the visitors replied twice.

As a result of this Colts moved into second spot behind leaders Gimingham who went nap without reply at home to Horning. North Walsham ‘A’ moved back into third spot following their odd goal of seven away victory at North Walsham Old Boys. Briston were 3-1 victors at home to Runton, Corpusty and Ludham shared the spoils and six goals whilst East Ruston’s Holden’s hat-trick was not enough to secure his side any points as visitors Aldborough Lions netted four times thanks to a brace from Fairchild and one each from Perry and Taylor.

In the top of the table clash in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two morning leaders Worstead lost top spot when entertaining Mundesley who took over the leadership following their 3-1 away success, but both should be looking over their shoulders at Haisboro Athletic who visited Cromer Youth Old Boys on the cliffs at East Runton and in very difficult conditions grounded out a 2-1 victory thanks to goals from Postance and Hernandez with Howell replying for the home side. There were home wins for Buxton Reserves 2-1 over Felmingham and Holt ‘A’ 3-0 over Erpingham.

Cawston still lead the way in the Knights Trophies Division Three after they had recorded a 5-0 home win over Gimingham Reserves. Second placed Blakeney put the disappointment of their Primary Cup defeat behind them by handing out a 13-0 whooping to East Ruston Reserves, Sutton Rangers were 5-2 winners over Aldborough Lion Reserves as were Briston Reserves away at Erpingham Reserves 5-2, with Mundesley Reserves and Holt Colts finishing all square at one each.