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Elmham hit double figures

PUBLISHED: 10:44 19 November 2008 | UPDATED: 14:48 07 July 2010

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League



The top of the table clash between morning leaders Saham Toney and Thetford Athletic saw the visitors win by the odd goal of three in a match well controlled by Nigel Raven.

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League

The top of the table clash between morning leaders Saham Toney and Thetford Athletic saw the visitors win by the odd goal of three in a match well controlled by Nigel Raven. They leapfrog Saham to head the table.

North Elmham stay in third spot after defeating Rockland United 10-0, Mulbarton won an exciting clash at Bridgham 3-2 while near neighbours East Harling Reserves beat Yaxham 9-3, a scoreline that was not a fair reflection of the game.

Hingham Athletic entertained Dereham A and took the points with a 5-1 win and in the local derby Gressenhall beat Dereham Posties 2-0. In the remaining game Shipdham won 3-1 at Toftwood Rangers.

Division two leaders Attleborough Town dropped valuable points in drawing 3-3 at Yaxham Reserves, who will be delighted with their first point of the season. Cockers in second place failed to make ground, sharing six goals at home to Morley Village Reserves. Tacolneston the home side came out on top with a 3-0 win over lowly Necton Reserves.

Sporle continue to hold the advantage at the top of division three having won 5-2 at Shipdham Reserves, Bawdeswell are hot on their heels after winning by the same score at West End.

Thetford Rovers Reserves moved up to fourth place, winning 3-0 at Great Cressingham. Foulsham Reserves go down a place after losing 3-1 at home to Swanton Morley.

The league chairman reported seeing an excellent game at Wendling who drew 0-0 with Shropham United, another close encounter saw Gressenhall Reserves win 2-1 at Rockland United Reserves.

Hethersett Athletic retain their 100 per cent record at the top of division four, this time with a 7-3 win over bottom of the table Breckland Wanderers, Beetley, after many seasons of being in the doldrums find themselves in second place after winning 2-0 at home to Fakenham A.

Hindolveston are now third having beaten hosts Methwold Rovers 7-0. There were wins for Castle Acre Swifts, 2-0 at Shropham and Splitz United 7-3 at Thurton and Ashby.

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