West Norfolk and Fakenham fought out an exciting Norfolk Intermediate Cup tie with West edging home 34-33.
There is a limited programme at the weekend after three call-offs in RFU knock-out competitions.
Youngsters at Crusaders are getting very excited after sealing the chance to play on the pitch at Welford Road, the home of Aviva Premiership giants Leicester Tigers.
The Norfolk roots are already strong at Leicester Tigers and now the Aviva Premiership giants have a link with Norwich City.
North Walsham drew at home against unbeaten Amersham & Chiltern after scoring three tries to the visitors’ two.
Southwold maintained their superb start to the season with an emphatic win over a brave Newmarket side who travelled with just 15 players.
Norwich left their best rugby until late in the game once again as the spirited visitors made them work hard for their points.
Holt secured their fourth win in a row in London Three Eastern Counties in a hard-fought match against their visitors from Woodbridge.
Fakenham recorded a comfortable 33-0 win at Norwich Medics to make it five straight league victories.
Ahead throughout the game, North Walsham Raiders were pushed all the way by a strong Great Yarmouth-Broadland side, hanging on through five minutes of added time.
Diss put in yet another high scoring performance to lift themselves to a position in London One North that reflects a very satisfactory first phase of the campaign.
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