Yaxham hit for six
Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk LeagueSaham Toney are back on top of Division One after they beat Yaxham 6-1 at home and former leaders East Harling Reserves lost their unbeaten record at Mulbarton Wanderers, going down 5-3.
Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League
Saham Toney are back on top of Division One after they beat Yaxham 6-1 at home and former leaders East Harling Reserves lost their unbeaten record at Mulbarton Wanderers, going down 5-3.
North Elmham are up to second after beating bottom club Toftwood Rangers 11-0 and Thetford Athletic move up to third after beating Gressenhall 6-1. Hingham Athletic won 3-0 at Dereham Posties while Dereham Town A and Bridgham United took a point each from a 0-0 draw.
The other match between Rockland United and Shipdham also ended in a draw. Rockland were 3-1 up after 20 minutes courtesy of three penalties but Shipdham fought back in the second half to take a share of the spoils with a late penalty of their own.
Attleborough Town A are the new leaders in Division Two after beating Saham Toney Reserves 9-1. The two bottom teams are still looking for their first point of the season. Hingham Athletic Reserves were beaten by the only goal of the game against Swaffham Town A while Necton Reserves lost 7-2 at home to Bunwell.
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