Power Rangers' late surge
Wymondham Rangers scored twice in the last five minutes as they came from behind to beat AFC Wanderers 3-2 at Eaton Park. They are now level on points with Evening News Norwich Sunday League Division One leaders The Grove, who were without a fixture.
Wymondham Rangers scored twice in the last five minutes as they came from behind to beat AFC Wanderers 3-2 at Eaton Park.
They are now level on points with Evening News Norwich Sunday League Division One leaders The Grove, who were without a fixture. Third-placed Silver Fox were held to a goalless draw at Norman Wanderers, whilst a 4-3 home win over Poringland saw Quebec move to fourth. Marlborough beat Acle Rangers 4-0 (Perry, Armes, Amis and Wines) and the basement battle between Dog House and Salhouse Rovers ended in a five goal victory for the home side.
1A leaders Norman Wanderers Res thumped Norwich Ceyms 9-2, but Norwich Busmen are still hot on their heels after winning 5-1 at Unthank Arms. North Walsham had a narrow 3-2 win over Hainford YCOB, whilst Windmill Wanderers won 2-0 at Hellesdon Athletic. Aylsham Sunday are the new leaders of 1B after a 10-1 (Folks 4, D Hall 3, M Hall, Minns and Bush) win at Hillside OB. They replaced previous leaders Unicorns who were blown away by Costessey's whirlwind start and eventually lost 7-2. Earlham Utd were 2-0 down in four minutes at Prince of Denmark, but stormed back to win 7-2 (Childerhouse 2, West 2, Bee, Allen and Delaney). Sprowston Wanderers had a good 4-3 home win over Norfolk CCSC and Haig FC went back to North Norfolk very happy after scoring eight (Cutting 3, Trollope 3, Skipper 2),without reply at Mattishall YCOB.
2A leaders Green Man had a 2-0 home win over Deopham and are now three points clear of Norman Wanderers A who lost to Reepham Town for the second week running, this time losing 4-1. Lloyd Miller and Shaun Moss hit hat- tricks as Aslacton beat Coachmakers Arms 8-1, whilst Vale Longo won 2-1 (Powley and Crowley) at The Griffen. The Castlegate also had a 2-1 away win at Plasterers Arms. Game of the day in 2B saw Old Catton beat St Faiths 5-2, (Cosgrove, Scotter, Jefferson, Tolliday and og) whilst second-placed Sprowston Rovers scored eight without reply at 10- man PL Rangers. Substitute Ramsay Gashut came on to score a hat-trick for Horsford SC, who with further goals by Cooper and Riches, beat The Gordon 5-0. Despite goals by Robinson and Metcalf, Ribs of Beef went down 3-2 at Spixworth Sunday.
DCS Rapid moved level on points with leaders Stoke FC at the top of 3A after beating them 3-1 (Carrillo, Eshetu and Davis). The Otter are third after a 3-2 win at Sporting Longdale and goals by Tubby and Thompson helped Upton to a 2-0 win at Newsman Celtic. Heartsease Casuals are fifth after a 2-1 win over Temple Bar as only four points separate the top six teams.
Bystanders (Bestway Taxis) are still looking for their first point of the season after going down 4-0 at home to The Reindeer for whom Nathan Savage scored a 17- minute hat-trick. In 3B leaders Mischief had a comfortable 4-0 win over Aylsham Res whilst Sporting Farmhouse won 4-2 at Hethersett Res. Unicorns Res scored five without reply against Dynamo Denmark and Wilco Fast Fit had a good 2-1 win at Wymondham Res.
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It's now eighty six goals in 12 games for 4A leaders Wellington Pink Uns as they hammered AFC Mousehold 12-4. The Dereham side have yet to drop a point and are five points clear of Sprowston Royal Oak who won 4-0 (Halliday, D. Maxey 2, Newstead) at Norwich Airport. Hockering leapfrogged Hellesdon Ath Res after beating them 6-2, whilst Dancing Farmers secretary Phil Gray's 100th game for the club, saw his side beat Sporting Longdale Res 4-0 with goals coming from Brazell 2, Spall and Blofield.
The Brickmakers beat Earlham Colney 4-1 and Kings Arms thumped nine past Silver Fox Res, with Ian Babb helping himself to five.
4B leaders Maid Marian won 5-2 at Constitution and are a point ahead of AFC Oak who won 4-2 (Brewster 3, Finbow) at Freethorpe. Heartsease FC had a 7-0 (Critchlow 3, Appleton, Daynes, Spencer and og) home win over Spixworth Sunday Res and Earlham Res won 4-0 at Hethersett A. Hingham were involved in their second 5-5 draw of the season, this time with Salhouse Res, in a division where once again only four points separate the top six. Felmingham moved up a few places after a 3-1 home win over Wendene Wanderers.