League programme hit by wet weather
The monsoon-like weather took another big chunk out of the league programme with only 10 fixtures surviving the downpour of the last three days.
Division One leaders Castle Acre Swifts were held to a 4-4 draw by Northwold S&SC while Yaxham beat Shipdham by the odd goal of seven to move up to sixth place.
There was only one match in Division Two and the result was a bit of a surprise with leaders Rampant Horse being beaten 5-2 at home by Necton.
Attleborough Athletic are back on top of Division Three after beating Colkirk 5-1 at home. Watton United A stay third after coming from behind to beat Great Cressingham 4-3 and Rockland United Reserves won 4-1 at Wendling in a match well refereed by Alexander Kemp.
Yaxham Reserves remain second in Division Four after beating Castle Acre Swifts Reserves by the odd goal of nine and Walsingham United are third after their 6-2 home win over Weasenham Wanderers. Feltwell United Reserves are up to third after beating Nostro Reserves 6-2 while Beetley United continue to make progress up the table following their 4-0 win at bottom team, Methwold United Reserves.
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