Proud home record is still intact
M&A PARTNERS NORFOLK LEAGUE: Evergreens maintained their 100pc home record in the Premier League with a 4-1 win over struggling Watton II.
A goalmouth scramble led to Tash Bates' strike deflecting off the keeper's pads to open the scoring but the hosts were lucky to go into the break with a 1-0 lead.
They came out stronger in the second half and a cross from Harriet Segasby was converted by Sam Turner to double the lead.
Watton pulled one back before Katie Taylor played the ball into Bates who scored her second goal with a great strike. Continued pressure from Louise White paid off when she set up Segasby to complete the scoring.
Harleston Magpies III scored a last-minute goal to come away from Norwich City II with a 2-1 victory.
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Mapgies took an early lead from a deflected short corner strike but City did not let their heads drop and midfielder Caroline Illing converted a cross to make it 1-1.
The second half was end to end and right at death Magpies scored from a breakaway after Natalie Scurll had made an initial save.
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Panthers remain top of the table after Thetford conceded their match but Broadland are breathing down their necks after beating Beccles 3-0.
As Broadland clicked into gear, Tracey Buxton latched on to a cross-field ball to crash a reverse stick shot high into the back of the net.
Broadland increased the tempo of the game and went further ahead when Laura Parker advanced into the circle and powered the ball passed the Beccles keeper.
Broadland continued to press after the break and Parker completed the scoring with a neat finish.
Harleston Magpies IV continue to lead the way in Division One after coming from behind to beat UEA II 4-1. Kay Dennis scored twice for Magpies, one a brilliant solo effort, while Rosie Blackmore and Roo Barker were also on target.
Broadland II won 1-0 at Pelicans II in the same section. After numerous chances had come and gone the game was settled late on when Martina Rothe was left a tap-in after a mix-up in the Pelicans' defence.
In the same section, Reepham hit the goal trail, hammering Pelicans III 7-0. Reepham's first three goals came from the same two players linking up, Michelle Lain picking out Katie Lake on three occasions to score.
Captain Lake netted five goals in total and further efforts from Dawn Fisher and Susan Matthews completed the tally.
Diss moved to the top of Division Two with a 3-1 victory over Breckland.
Toni Glover scored after some great play by Gaby Rolingson and Sarah Woods to open the scoring and added a brilliant second to make it 15 for the season. Breckland pulled one back after the break but Tanya Chenery made the points safe when she forced the ball home.
Bottom-of-the-table Loddon II went down 3-1 to North Walsham II (Claire Richardson) but are starting to show their potential.
In Division Three Harleston VI beat Norwich City IV 5-3 (Karen Webb 3, Jodie Guest, Vanessa Vigrass).