All to play for at the top of the North East Norfolk League
Gimingham took the chance to move within nine points of the Slater & Frith Division One Leaders Coltishall when they travelled to Corpusty and, thanks to a brace of goals from Charlie Skipper, won by the odd goal of three, and with three games in hand it's all very much to play for.
East Ruston came from behind to beat North Walsham 'A' with goals from Lee Woodhouse and Mark Burton with Paul Harris scoring for the visitors. Ludham netted five times at home to Aldborough Lions who replied three times.
In the Wayford Nurseries Division Two Cromer Youth Old Boys, thanks to goals from Lee Harrod and Kierran Amis, shared the points with Erpingham who had Matt Fox and James McMillan to thank for their goals whilst Blakeney recorded a 3-1 away win at Gimingham Reserves. Aylsham 'A' returned from just down the road at Aldborough Lions Reserves 4-1 victors.
Mundesley overcame Horning to reach the semi-final of the REW Subsidiary Cup following a 2-1 extra time win and they will now take on Runton this coming weekend in the semis.
In the Walcott Lighthouse Division Three League Cup Group Competition there were wins for Erpingham Reserves 3-1 at home to Mundesley Reserves, Trunch 6-4 at home to East Ruston Reserves and Worstead Reserves 4-0 home winners over Felmingham with Coltishall Reserves winning 3-2 away at Holt Colts.
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