Cup finalists now known
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League round-upThe final of the Sound and Vision Junior League Cup will be between Cockers and Dickleburgh. Cockers scored with the last kick of the match to beat Dereham Town A while Dickleburgh secured their second final appearance of the season with a 2-0 home win over Gressenhall.
Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League round-up
The final of the Sound and Vision Junior League Cup will be between Cockers and Dickleburgh.
Cockers scored with the last kick of the match to beat Dereham Town A while Dickleburgh secured their second final appearance of the season with a 2-0 home win over Gressenhall.
With the two leading teams in Division One in cup action, Bridgham United took full advantage and move up into second place as a result of a 5-0 win at Shipdham.
Cranworth beat Narborough 3-1 and Hingham Athletic recorded a 4-1 away success at Rockland United.
In Division Two, Thetford Rovers Reserves suffered only their second defeat of the season going down 2-1 at Morley Village.
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Necton Reserves beat Shropham United 3-2 to move above them in the table and Wymondham Town A beat bottom team Saham Toney Reserves 4-2.
The third division leaders, Bradenham Wanderers Reserves beat Sporle 4-0 to increase their lead to 11 points.
Northwold S&SC scored the only goal of the game in their home match with Shipdham Reserves to stay third and Gressenhall Reserves are up to fourth after beating bottom team Hindolveston 4-2.
Hethersett Athletic won 3-0 at home to Great Cressingham to move up to fifth.
Division Four leaders Splitz United had a bit of a fright before scoring a goal in the last five minutes to beat Colkirk 1-0 - the Colkirk goalkeeper Chris Alexander had an inspired game for the visitors.
Thurton and Ashby stay second after scoring seven without reply from Rampant Horse and Stoke Ferry remain fourth after their 7-3 win over bottom club Beetley United.
Breckland Wanderers move up to fifth after beating Shropham United Reserves 8-0 and Scarning United picked up three welcome points from a 2-1 win at Narborough Reserves.
In the last first round match in the Dick Davey Ambulance Cup, Castle Acre Swifts beat Yaxham 3-1 to set up a second round home tie against Shipdham on March 6.
The league has learnt of the sad news that Steven Thacker has passed away at the age of 26.
Steven played for Toftwood United for three years and was part of the club when they won the league championship in successive seasons in 2006/07 and 2007/08.
The league's thoughts are with his family, friends and former club-mates at this very sad time.