Moss helps Elmham climb
- Credit: Archant
Narborough 0, North Elmham 2
North Elmham & Lyng moved into second in Central & South Norfolk League Division One after a 2-0 win over Narborough.
The pitch made it difficult to control the ball and it wasn't until early in the second half that Elmham took the lead through Aaeron Moss' diving header into the top corner.
Soon after James Cane sent in a harmless looking long ball, but it spun sharply in front of the keeper, hit him on the shoulder and deflected into the net. Moss now has 12 goals this season, the same as Stewart Biggie and one behind George Abbott.
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n North Elmham & Lyng Reserves beat Colkirk 4-1 in Division Three.
Colkirk, who beat Elmham 5-2 earlier in the season, opened the scoring from the penalty spot.
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Elmham & Lyng equalised through new signing Charlie Garcia and with three minutes of the first half remaining, Titch Myhill beat the keeper to put them 2-1 ahead.
The Colkirk forwards found it difficult to break through the Elmham & Lyng defence of Daniel Tuddenham and Karl Fulcher and when both Myhill and Garcia scored again in the second half to put the game out of Colkirk's reach the frustration began to show.
This was Tuddenham's last game for Elmham & Lyng as he is returning to Fakenham.