As you were at the top
The top four in Division One all won. Leaders Thetford Rovers Res beat fifth-placed Shipdham by the odd goal of five while Dereham Town A in second spot had a comfortable 6-0 win at Rockland Utd.
Third-placed Swaffham Town A won by the same score at home to Great Ryburgh and Bridgham Utd stay fourth as a result of their 4-2 home win over Narborough.
Bunwell remain sixth after beating Cranworth 3-0 at home, Gressenhall beat bottom team Cockers by the odd goal of three and Hingham Athletic won by the same scoreline at home to Tacolneston.
Similarly, the top four in Division Two all won. Leaders Castle Acre Swifts beat Wymondham Town A 4-1 while second-placed Hethersett Athletic won 2-0 at home to Necton.
Feltwell Utd are up to third after beating Nostro by the same score and Shropham Utd move up to fourth following their 7-3 home win over West End. Saham Toney Res had a convincing 10-0 home win over bottom team Hingham Athletic Res and Northwold S&SC beat Yaxham 8-4 in another high-scoring game.
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The Division Three leaders Methwold Rovers maintained their position with a convincing 7-4 home win over fourth-placed Thurton & Ashby.
North Elmham in second place maintained their 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win at Wendling and Marham Wanderers are up to third after a convincing 9-2 win at Splitz Utd.
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Bawdeswell ran up the highest score of the day in crushing Rockland Utd Res 16-1 and Breckland Wanderers enjoyed an 8-0 home win over Great Cressingham. Bottom team Shipdham Res secured their first points of the season with a 2-1 win at Narborough Res 10-0 while Stoke Ferry had a comfortable 7-0 home win over Gressenhall Res.
Diss Town A are the new leaders of Division Four after beating Tacolneston Res as former leaders Mulbarton Wanderers Res dropped two points in being held to a 2-2 home draw by Beetley Utd.
Mattishall A move up to third place after their 3-1 home win over Nostro Res, but Shropham Utd Res have slipped to fourth after being soundly beaten 9-0 at Weasenham Wanderers.
Colkirk won 5-1 at North Elmham Res, Rampant Horse netted seven times without reply from bottom team Dereham Cockers Utd and Tugas Utd won by the only goal of the game at Scarning Utd.
The last match in the fourth round of the Ben Smith Memorial Cup was settled with Sporle beating Morley Village 5-2. Sporle will now entertain Dereham Town A in the next round.