Dereham A hit Bunwell for six

The top three in Division One of the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk League all won.

Dereham Town A remain top as a result of a 6-1 home win over Bunwell.

Thetford Rovers Reserves entertained fourth placed Bridgham United and edged them out by the odd goal of five to secure three important points while Swaffham Town A remain third after beating Gressenhall 3-1 at home.

Shipdham are up to fifth after their 2-0 home win over Rockland United and Cranworth ran out 3-1 home winners over Great Ryburgh.

Tacolneston enjoyed a good 4-1 win at Narborough and Hingham Athletic beat bottom team Cockers 6-1.


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Hethersett Athletic are the new leaders of Division Two, courtesy of an only goal win at former leaders Castle Acre Swifts who have dropped to third below Feltwell United following the latter's 3-2 success at Shropham United. Northwold S&SC move up to fourth after beating bottom team Hingham Athletic Reserves 6-1 and have moved above Nostro who dropped two valuable points in being held to a home 3-3 draw by Wymondham Town A.

Morley Village won 5-2 at home to Saham Toney Reserves, Yaxham won by the odd goal of five at Necton and Sporle ran up the highest score of the day in beating West End 9-0.

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Two of the top three in Division Three lost. Leaders Methwold Rovers were beaten by the odd goal of nine at lowly Gressenhall Reserves while North Elmham lost their 100 per cent record on the back of a 4-1 defeat at Breckland Wanderers. Thurton and Ashby took full advantage with a 7-1 home win over bottom team Shipdham Reserves. Bawdeswell stay fourth after their 4-0 win at Splitz United but Marham Wanderers drop a place to sixth after losing 2-1 at home to Wendling.

In the bottom half of the table, Great Cressingham collected three valuable points from their trip to Rockland United Reserves with an only goal of the game win and Narborough Reserves had a convincing 5-0 win at Stoke Ferry.

Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves stay top of Division Four after beating Colkirk 3-0 at home but second-placed Diss Town A lost their 100 per cent record as a result of their 6-3 defeat at the improving Weasenham Wanderers and in so doing saw their goals against tally double.

Third-placed Mattishall A also lost, 5-2 at Tacolneston Reserves while Rampant Horse move up to fourth after a 7-1 win at bottom club Dereham Cockers United.

North Elmham Reserves edged out Beetley United to win by the odd goal of three and Scarning United kept their recent good run going with a 5-1 home win over Shropham United Reserves.

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