Fakenham A hit six without reply
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk LeagueSaham Toney have gone back to the top of Division One with a 6-0 home win over Toftwood Rangers, scoring five times in the second half.
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League
Saham Toney have gone back to the top of Division One with a 6-0 home win over Toftwood Rangers, scoring five times in the second half.
Mulbarton Wanderers remain third after a 4-1 home win over Rockland United and North Elmham stay third after squeezing past Yaxham 4-3. Shipdham beat Hingham Athletic 4-1 at home while Gressenhall defeated East Harling Reserves by the odd goal of five. The other game between Bridgham United and Dereham Town A was a very entertaining affair with Dereham coming from behind to win 3-2.
The Division Two leaders Attleborough Town A were beaten 3-0 at home by Cockers and second-placed Dickleburgh also lost, 3-1 at Watton United A. Swaffham Town A stay third after winning 8-1 at Necton Reserves, a result which returns Necton to bottom spot in the table. Morley Village Reserves proved too strong for Saham Toney Reserves and went on to win 5-1 in a match played in good spirit and well refereed by Iain Banham. Hingham Athletic Reserves and Yaxham Reserves took a point each from a 2-2 draw and Wymondham Town A beat Bunwell 2-0.
Thetford Rovers Reserves are back at the top of Division Three after beating Gressenhall Reserves 7-0 and as a result of the former leaders Bawdeswell being beaten 4-2 at Shropham United West End remain second following their 3-1 home win over Wendling. Foulsham Reserves ran up the highest score of the day in beating Rockland United Reserves 10-0 and Swanton Morley beat bottom team Shipdham Reserves 2-1 in a week when Shipdham had three points deducted by the management committee.
Results in Division Four went very much the way of the leaders Hethersett Athletic. They beat Splitz United 7-0 while Hindolveston in second spot were losing 3-0 at Beetley and Colkirk slipped to fourth as a result of a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of Methwold Rovers. Northwold SSC move up to third after their 6-0 home win over Thurton and Ashby.
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Fakenham Town A won 6-0 at bottom team Breckland Wanderers and Castle Acre Swifts beat Shropham United Reserves 6-1. Hethersett who are now 10 points clear at the top of the table also celebrated winning their second Crown Fire Club of the Month award of the season earlier in the week.
In the outstanding third round tie in the Mervyn Lambert Plant Hire Pease League Cup, Great Cressingham won 2-1 at Sporle to set up a semi-final visit to Bradenham Wanderers Reserves.