Ruston off the bottom after defeating champions

East Ruston’s Dave Colman lifted his side’s gloom and doom when scoring the only goal that secured his side’s first win of the season when they played hosts to reigning Slater & Frith Division One champions Gimingham

As a result of the success Ruston move off the bottom of the table to be replaced by Aldborough Lions whose visit to league leaders Coltishall proved to be one to forget as they were on the wrong end of a 7-0 hammering. Haisboro Athletic scored an impressive 5-1 home win over Ludham and ever improving Corpusty won 4-2 away at Worstead.

Wayford Nurseries Division Two Leaders Erpingham were involved in an extraordinarily high scoring game at Corpusty Reserves which saw the home side at one point leading 5-1 before the leaders staged their come back to win 8-5. Second placed Mundesley returned home with a point from their visit to Blakeney after sharing four goals. Cromer Youth Old Boys’ Michael Warnes led the way with a hat-trick as his side went nap against Gimingham Reserves. Holt ‘A’ were 3-0 winners over Buxton Reserves, Cawston also won at home 3-1 over Aldborough Lions Reserves whilst Hickling got back to winning ways with a 4-2 home success over Aylsham ‘A’.

It’s as you were in the Knights Trophies Division Three, leaders Plumstead Rangers march on relentlessly hitting the net nine times without reply at Erpingham Reserves. Second placed Glaven Valley however were made to work much harder for their three points winning by the odd goal of nine.

Trunch recorded a 2-0 home win over Holt Colts. Coltishall Reserves hit ten away at Mundesley Reserves who replied twice themselves whilst East Ruston Reserves scored a solid 4-3 away win at Felmingham.


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