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Elmham hit five

PUBLISHED: 09:06 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 14:59 07 July 2010

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League

The week's wintry weather was the real winner on Saturday with only six matches surviving the frosty or waterlogged grounds.

Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League

The week's wintry weather was the real winner on Saturday with only six matches surviving the frosty or waterlogged grounds. There was just one match in Division One and North Elmham proved too strong for Bridgham United, winning 5-3 and moving up to third as a result.

Bawdeswell moved back to the top of Division Three with a 4-1 win at nearby Foulsham Reserves.

In Division Four, Breckland Wanderers recorded their first league win with an 8-4 home victory over Splitz United after being 2-0 down at one stage. In the other match played, Fakenham Town A won 6-3 at Thurton and Ashby to move up to fourth place.

Two matches were played in the second round of the Ambulance Cup. Bradenham Wanderers Reserves had a convincing 9-1 win over Hindolveston and West End beat Great Cressingham 2-0.


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