Rangers clinch top spot

Redgrave Rangers are the new leaders of Division One after a 5-0 home victory over Rockland United. Dereham Posties move up to third after beating Swaffham Town A 6-0 at home, while East Harling Reserves are up to fifth as a result of their 3-2 home win over Yaxham.

Redgrave Rangers are the new leaders of Division One after a 5-0 home victory over Rockland United.

Dereham Posties move up to third after beating Swaffham Town A 6-0 at home, while East Harling Reserves are up to fifth as a result of their 3-2 home win over Yaxham.

Hingham Athletic beat Saham Toney by the same scoreline to move up the table while the other two matches ended in draws - Dereham Town A and Stoke Ferry shared six goals while Mulbarton Wanderers and Gressenhall drew 1-1.

A dozen teams from the league progressed to the second round of the Norfolk Primary Cup, with Bunwell winning 4-2 at Heacham Reserves and Cockers winning by the same score at Smithdon Hunstanton.

Dereham Posties Reserves beat Hickling Reserves 6-2 away - a score repeated by Bridgham United at Lynn Napier Reserves. Tacolneston proved too strong at home to West Lynn Riverside, beating them 8-1.

In all-league clashes, Bawdeswell beat Hindolveston 3-2, Bradenham Wanderers Reserves won 9-2 at home to Wymondham Town A and Splitz United beat Colkirk by the odd goal in five after extra-time.

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Thetford Athletic won 3-0 at home to Hingham Athletic Reserves and Sporle won 4-1 at Wendling. There were two 10-1 results - Gressenhall Reserves demolished Stoke Ferry Reserves by that score and Morley Village Reserves did likewise to Yaxham Reserves.

Four matches involving clubs from the league ended as draws and have to be replayed next week. Attleborough Town A and Saham Toney Reserves shared 12 goals but West End and Blofield United A went two better with a 7-7 draw. Foulsham Reserves drew 4-4 with Clipper Schooner and Mattishall A and Swanton Morley ended 2-2.

In the first round of the Suffolk Primary Cup, Brandon Town A beat Emswell Reserves 7-4.