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BUSINESS HOUSES LEAGUE: Jubilee Rangers enjoyed their first ever success after clinching the Division Two title with a 2-0 win at Sprowston Beehive. Winning the league has been a short time coming for the team that started life four years ago as The Elm Tavern.

Jubilee Rangers enjoyed their first ever success after clinching the Division Two title with a 2-0 win at Sprowston Beehive

Winning the league has been a short time coming for the team that started life four years ago as The Elm Tavern. Since then, they have gone on to be the beaten finalists in the Shoe Trades Cup and in the divisional cup.

There was a shock for Division One champions Yelverton as they lost 2-1 to Drayton. Salhouse had a fine 4-0 win against Loddon A and Mousehold beat Homecare 4-2. Marlborough Old Boys won 5-1 at Wensum which means that Wensum cannot finish above second bottom in the league. With Jubilee clinching the title, all eyes are on who finishes bottom. Basement club Hempnall A had a fine 1-1 draw against promotion-chasing Costessey Sports to see them only one point behind Taverham who lost to Horsford A and two behind Mousehold Reserves with a game in hand.

Costessey Crown Reserves must win at least one of their remaining two games to be crowned champions in Division 3 after drawing 1-1 with Hockering. Reepham A's march up the league was halted dramatically by Blofield who won 2-0 d to maintain 4th place. Old Catton beat Thorpe Village 4-1 and Yelverton Reserves beat Ketts Tavern 4-0.


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