Norfolk Senior Cup round-up
Richard Daniels enjoyed his first win in four games since taking over at Diss with a 3-1 win over Yarmouth Town at the Wellesley.
New signings Matt Dixon, Ashley Skeggs and Walter Rocha were on target for the Tangerines.
After a goalless first half Dixon put Diss ahead in the 58th minute, George Barnden equalising with a long-range effort 10 minutes later. Goals from Skeggs and Rocha put the tie beyond doubt.
Downham Town boss Garth Good and assistant Pete Brassett resigned in the wake of 3-2 defeat to Reepham.
Two goals from Andrew Moody and one from Leon Huckle did the damage for the Anglian Combination outfit with Matt Castellan and Sam Hanslip replying for the Thurlow Nunn League vistors. Brassett said an emergency meeting will be held this week to try and sort out the internal issues that led to the pair quitting.
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After two consecutive 7-0 wins Blofield were brought down to earth by a 5-1 defeat at Sterry Cup rivals Cromer. Braces from Antoni Fawkes and Matthew Eves and a goal from David Matthews saw the reigning champions go nap, with Damian Didwell replying for the Beavers.
The competition's lowest-ranked team in the fourth round, Caister United from Anglian Combination Division One, were knocked out by a 5-1 defeat at Premier Division Spixworth.
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Daniel Brown (2), Matthew Elwin, Connor Delaney and an own goal put the hosts in the driving seat, with Anton Ward netting the seasiders' consolation goal..