Dereham Town A keep pace with leaders

Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League

DEREHAM Town A maintained their challenge at the top of Division One with a 3-1 win at Gressenhall.

Dereham are on the same number of points as Morley Village who ran out 2-1 winners at Shipdham. Defending champions Bridgham United were thrashed 10-3 at Swaffham Town A.

Sporle are back on top of Division Two by virtue of more goals scored after their 5-1 home win against Gressenhall Reserves. The next three teams were all engaged in the Primary League Cup and Necton, in fifth place, surrendered a 3-1 lead to go down 5-3 to Saham Toney Reserves. Nostro are up to sixth after their 6-2 home win over Breckland Wanderers. West End moved above Cockers after beating them 8-4.

The top two met in Division Three and Scarning United came out on top, beating Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves 3-2 to go back to the top spot. Bawdeswell are up to second after beating Stoke Ferry 2-1, Rampant Horse are up to fourth following their 3-1 win at Splitz United and Marham Wanderers move above Mattishall A into fifth place after beating them 3-2.

Wendling won 5-2 at Great Cressingham, Rockland United Reserves deprived Narborough Reserves of their first win, edging them out 5-4 and Tugas United inflicted a 5-1 home defeat on Hingham Athletic Reserves.

Watton United A are the new leaders in Division Four after beating Castle Acre Swifts Reserves 6-0 while former leaders Yaxham Reserves were without a game and slip to second on goal difference. Litcham move above North Elmham Reserves into third after beating them 4-1 and Shropham United Reserves remain fifth after their 2-1 home win over Tacolneston Reserves.

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The final of the Chequered Flag Primary League Cup will be between the holders Castle Acre Swifts and Yaxham. Castle Acre Swifts were 6-1 winners against North Elmham, while Yaxham beat Thurton & Ashby 4-2.