All change at the top
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk LeagueThetford Athletic are back on top of the first division after winning a good, sporting encounter with East Harling Reserves 3-1.
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League
Thetford Athletic are back on top of the first division after winning a good, sporting encounter with East Harling Reserves 3-1. The game was well refereed by Tony Waring.
Hingham Athletic and Rockland United drew 2-2, Gressenhall beat Yaxham 2-0 and Bridgham United enjoyed a welcome win at Shipdham by the odd goal of three.
Only one of the top three in Division Two managed a win. Leaders Attleborough Town A were held to a 2-2 draw by Cockers and Dickleburgh were beaten 3-0 at home by Watton United A. Swaffham Town A beat Tacolneston 4-2 and are up to second spot as a result. Bunwell beat Saham Toney Reserves 4-1 at home and Morley Village Reserves had a comfortable 6-0 home win over Yaxham Reserves.
Thetford Rovers Reserves continue to lead Division Three on goal difference after their 4-1 win at Wendling and West End stay second as a result of an 8-0 away win at Rockland United Reserves. Third-placed Bawdeswell dropped two points in being held to a 3-3 home draw by Swanton Morley as did Shropham United in fifth spot when their visit to Great Cressingham ended goalless. Foulsham Reserves beat Bradenham Wanderers Reserves by the odd goal of five and bottom team Shipdham Reserves won 2-1 at Gressenhall Reserves.
Hethersett Athletic's lead in Division Four increased to 16 points as they maintained their 100 per cent record with a 9-0 win at Splitz United. Second-placed Hindolveston lost again, this time by the only goal of the game to Castle Acre Swifts and Northwold SSC are now up to third place after winning 2-0 at Fakenham Town A.
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Colkirk and Beetley took a point each from a 3-3 draw. At the other end of the table, bottom team Shropham United Reserves won only their second game of the season with a 7-1 home success over Methwold Rovers while Thurton and Ashby were too strong for Breckland Wanderers and converted a 4-0 interval lead into a 5-0 win.
Mulbarton Wanderers reached the final of the Sound & Vision Junior League Cup with a 3-0 win over Dereham Town A. In the final, they will meet Saham Toney who received a walk over in their semi-final when their opponents North Elmham could not raise a team.