Gimingham made to work hard for their points against Worstead
PUBLISHED: 17:46 17 December 2012
The last weekend of the year in the NPSS Security Services NEN League saw most results going according to plan.
In the Slater & Frith Division One lowly Worstead made high-flying Gimingham work hard for their points but they secured them, thanks to goals from Glenn Turner and Marcus Jimpson to win by the odd goal of three. Third-placed Haisboro Athletic profited quite a bit from East Ruston’s Christmas generosity when they ran out 5-0 home winners, Corpusty turned the tables on their visitors, North Walsham ‘A’, after last week’s defeat by them as it was they who ran out odd goal winners of seven. Ludham returned home from Aylsham ‘A’ 4-0 victors while Mundesley collected maximum points away at Horning following a 4-2 success.
Wayford Nurseries Division Two leaders Cromer Youth Old Boys have ended the year four points clear at the top, this after recording a 2-0 home win over Blakeney, with a brace from Daryl Harrod. Aldborough won 2-1 at home to Erpingham whilst Holt ‘A’ and Hickling shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.
Trunch also ended the year with a four point lead at the top of the table this time in the Knights Trophies Division Three, this followed a 2-0 win at Plumstead Rangers Reserves (Joe Gant and Liam Fean). Southrepps must be very pleased with their first half year work since reforming as they currently occupy second spot after they were odd goal winners of five over Aldborough Reserves their goals coming from Will Gant (2) and Ryan Swift with Erpingham Reserves and Felmingham sharing the points and four goals.