Saham deliver second half blitz

CENTRAL & SOUTH NORFOLK LEAGUE: Saham Toney continue to lead Division One after beating last year's champions, Toftwood Rangers, 12-1, scoring nine of their goals in the second half. East Harling Reserves stay second after winning by the only goal of the game at Dereham Town A.

Saham Toney continue to lead Division One after beating last year's champions, Toftwood Rangers, 12-1, scoring nine of their goals in the second half.

East Harling Reserves stay second after winning by the only goal of the game at Dereham Town A. North Elmham are a point further back after preserving their 100pc record with a 4-1 home win over Shipdham and are joined by Dereham Posties, who were impressive 8-2 home winners over Yaxham.

Mulbarton Wanderers and Thetford Athletic shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw while Rockland United beat Gressenhall 4-3. The two teams without a point at the foot of the table met and Bridgham United beat Hingham Athletic 3-2.

There was only one match each in the other three divisions because of the first round of the Norfolk Primary Cup. In Division Two Attleborough Town A produced an excellent team performance to win 4-2 at Dickleburgh with the star of the show being Attleborough's young midfielder, Jack Flynn, who scored a first half hat-trick.


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In Division Three Shipdham Reserves secured their first points of the season with a 3-0 home win over Great Cressingham. In Division Four Shropham United Reserves did likewise, beating Bunwell Reserves 7-1.

Successful teams in the Norfolk Primary Cup included Bawdeswell, who beat Dilham 5-2 and Bradenham Wanderers Reserves, who won 4-2 at Dersingham Rovers A.

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