Yaxham the early leaders in Central and South Norfolk League

There were just two matches in Division One - Yaxham staked their claim as the early leaders, winning a high-scoring match at last season’s runners up, Tacolneston, 8-5 while Northwold S&SC travelled to Bridgham United and won 6-0. The other match between Dereham Town A and Gressenhall was abandoned because of a waterlogged pitch.

Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves made it two wins from two in Division Two, winning 5-3 at Bawdeswell and Cockers did likewise with a 2-0 home win over Saham Toney Reserves. Hethersett Athletic and Scarning United shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw and occupy the next two positions. Rampant Horse got their season off to a good start with a 4-2 home win over Nostro.

In Division Three, Attleborough Athletic and Watton United A lead the way, both making it three wins from three matches played. Attleborough beat Narborough Reserves 8-0 while Watton United A ran out 2-1 home winners over Methwold United. Stoke Ferry are third after beating Mattishall A by the same score and Colkirk fourth after a 1-1 home draw with Rockland United Reserves. Weeting recorded their first win since joining the league in beating Marham Wanderers 7-4 and Wendling got their season underway with a 3-1 home win over Splitz United.

Walsingham United are the early leaders in Division Four after beating Dereham Cockers United 5-2 and Mulbarton Wanderers A are second following the highest score of the day in their 16-0 home win over Gressenhall Reserves. Shipdham Reserves got off the mark with a 7-1 win at Methwold United Reserves and Yaxham Reserves did likewise with a 4-1 home win over Northwold S&SC Reserves. In the other match, Feltwell United Reserves and Beetley United took a point apiece from a 2-2 draw.


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