Pace-setters increase lead

Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League

Division One pace-setters Thetford Rovers Reserves increased their lead to four points as a result of their 6-2 home win over Tacolneston.

Second-placed Dereham Town A dropped two points in a 1-1 home draw with Gressenhall. Swaffham Town A are fourth after beating Cranworth 2-1 and Bunwell are fifth following their 6-2 win at bottom team Cockers. Bridgham are up to sixth after their 6-1 success at Rockland United.

Castle Acre Swifts are back on top of Division Two after beating Nostro at home 3-2, replacing former leaders Necton who were beaten by the same score at home match to Hethersett Athletic.

Feltwell United completed the double over Wymondham Town A, beating them 6-3, Shropham United won 3-2 at Sporle and Saham Toney Reserves beat bottom team Hingham Athletic Reserves 5-1.

In Division Three, Methwold Rovers go top following their 4-0 win over Great Cressingham. Breckland Wanderers beat Rockland Reserves 3-1 to move up to fourth.

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Shropham Reserves stay top of Division Four despite being held to a 3-3 draw by Rampant Horse. Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves are third after beating Mattishall A 2-1 and Beetley United are up to fourth after their 5-3 win at Weasenham.

Tacolneston Reserves climb out of the re-election zone after a 4-2 home win over Scarning and North Elmham Reserves ran up the highest score of the day in beating bottom team Dereham Cockers 11-1.

In the third round of the Mervyn Lambert Plant Hire Pease Cup, there were wins for Marham Wanderers, 5-4 against Stoke Ferry aet; Bawdeswell, 2-1 at Narborough Reserves; and for fourth division Tugas United, 5-1 against North Elmham.

Diss Town A had a very good result in the fourth round of the Norfolk Primary Cup, beating Caister Youth 5-0 away.

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