League hit by weather
Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League
The heavy rain of the past 24 hours had a serious impact on the league's programme with six league matches postponed because of waterlogged pitches. There were only three matches completed in Division One and Shipdham made the most of it with a 3-2 win over bottom team Cockers, a result which lifts them up to fourth in the table. Tacolneston's good run continued with a 7-1 win at Cranworth and Narborough picked up three points with a 3-0 win at Great Ryburgh.
The final of the Sound & Vision Junior League Cup will be between the top two in Division One.
Thetford Rovers Res won 3-1 at Bridgham Utd while Dereham Town A beat Gressenhall 2-0 in a match which had its share of controversy.
The Division Two, leaders Hethersett Athletic dropped two points in being held to a 3-3 draw by Yaxham. But that blow was softened by the news that second-placed Feltwell Utd had lost the last unbeaten record in the league in a 5-3 home defeat at the hands of Northwold S&SC, a result which moved Northwold up to third.
Morley Village beat Sporle 5-3, Saham Toney Res were 4-2 home winners over Wymondham Town A and Necton won 6-4 at bottom team Hingham Athletic Res.
The Mervyn Lambert Plant Hire Pease League Cup final will be between two league newcomers.
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Diss Town A beat Bawdeswell 5-2 but Marham Wanderers made sure of third-division representation by beating Tugas Utd by the same scoreline.
The Division Three leaders Methwold Rovers lost their second consecutive match, beaten 4-2 at home by Breckland Wanderers whose recent good run has seen them move up to fourth.
As a result of Methwold's recent slip and a 6-2 home win over Splitz Utd, Thurton & Ashby are the new leaders of Division Three. North Elmham stay third after beating Stoke Ferry 6-1 while Gressenhall Res picked up three valuable points with a 4-2 win at Narborough Res. Wendling ran up the highest score of the day in hammering Great Cressingham 14-1.
In Division Four, third-placed Mattishall A dropped two points in being held to a 3-3 home draw by North Elmham Res but Rampant Horse stay fourth after winning 4-0 at Beetley Utd. Scarning Utd continued their recent good run with a 2-1 win at Shropham Utd Res, and Tacolneston Res beat Colkirk 4-2.