Yaxham remain top of Central and South Norfolk League

There were only a handful of league matches in Divisions One Four with most other teams engaged in the first round of the Norfolk Primary Cup.

Yaxham remain top of Division One after beating North Elmham 3-1 at home and Tacolneston are up to second after their 4-1 home win over Thetford Rovers Reserves. Rockland United slip to third after losing 5-2 at Castle Acre Swifts and Shipdham picked up their first win of the season with a similar scoreline over Swaffham Town A. Bridgham United also recorded their first win courtesy of a 5-1 success over Narborough.

In Division Four Yaxham Reserves are up to second after running up the highest score of the day in a 12-1 win over bottom team Methwold United Reserves and Walsingham United stay fourth after beating Shipdham Reserves 5-1.

There were several successes for teams from the league in the Norfolk Primary Cup. The most notable were achieved by Feltwell United Reserves who beat Bawdeswell 6-2, Hethersett Athletic who won 9-0 at Taverham and Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves who netted six times without reply from Great Cressingham. Scarning United had a good 8-1 home win over Necton while West End ran out 8-0 home winners over Dyers Arms.

Marham Wanderers beat Gimingham United Reserves 3-2, Colkirk won by the only goal of the game at Corpusty & Saxthorpe Reserves and Northwold S&SC Reserves beat Old Catton Rovers by the odd goal of seven. Attleborough Athletic beat Rampant Horse 4-2, Sporle beat Mattishall A 4-0 and Tugas United won 2-1 at South Walsham Reserves. Stoke Ferry beat Denver 2-0, Wendling were 3-1 home winners over Drayton Reserves and Cockers beat Wensum Albion by the same score.


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Two teams will have to replay - Hingham Athletic Reserves drew 3-3 at home to Flitcham & Hillington while Splitz United held South Creake Reserves 2-2.

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