South Norfolk League
CROWN FIRE CENTRAL & SOUTH NORFOLK LEAGUEMost of the first division teams were involved in second round matches in the Sound & Vision Junior League Cup.
CROWN FIRE CENTRAL & SOUTH NORFOLK LEAGUE
Most of the first division teams were involved in second round matches in the Sound & Vision Junior League Cup. Dereham Town A were the only home winners, beating Cranworth 3-1 to set up a local semi-final with a trip to Cockers who won 2-0 at Rockland Utd Dickleburgh were convincing 8-3 winners at Shipdham and will entertain Bridgham Utd in the semi-finals who were 4-1 winners at Gressenhall.
There were two matches in Division One - Swaffham Town A and Hingham Athletic took a point each from a 2-2 draw while Narborough won 6-2 at bottom club Yaxham.
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There are again new leaders in Division Two. Tacolneston impressed with an emphatic 6-1 home win over Thetford Rovers Res to take their 100 per cent record. The match was well refereed by Mike Thawley. Morley Village drop to second on goal difference following a goalless draw at Nostro. Necton Res move above Shropham Utd into fifth place after beating them 2-1, West End ran out 6-0 winners at Saham Toney Res and Wymondham Town A moved out of bottom place above Hingham Athletic Res after securing their first league win of the season with a 2-0 win over Hingham.
The Division Three leaders, Bradenham Wanderers Res are now five points clear at the top of the table after their 2-0 home win over Gressenhall Res. There is no change in the next three positions with Sporle and Castle Acre Swifts drawing 2-2 but third-placed Bawdeswell going down to a 3-0 defeat at Northwold S&SC. That result lifts Northwold into fifth place on goal difference above Hethersett Athletic who were 2-1 winners at Wendling. In the match between the bottom two, Great Cressingham came out narrowly on top, beating Hindolveston by the odd goal of seven.
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In Division Four, leaders Splitz Utd won 5-0 at Narborough Res. to maintain their 100 per cent record, the only one remaining in the League. They are nine points clear of Thurton & Ashby who won an entertaining and close match with Breckland Wanderers 2-1 with referee Norman Christmas playing his part in keeping the game flowing from end to end. Rampant Horse and Methwold Rovers shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw, Stoke Ferry move above Scarning Utd after beating them 7-5 in a high scoring match and Shropham Utd Res got the better of bottom team Beetley Utd, winning 8-2.
In their Norfolk Primary Cup replay, Bunwell beat UEA A 5-1.