Top four all winners

Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League

The top four in Division One all won. Leaders Thetford Rovers Res beat bottom team Cockers 6-0 while second-placed Dereham Town A beat Tacolneston at home by the odd goal of three.

Shipdham in third spot beat Narborough by the same scoreline and Bridgham Utd move up to fourth as a result of their close 5-4 win at Swaffham Town A. The only draw was at Great Ryburgh, who held Gressenhall 2-2. Hingham Athletic won a high-scoring match with Bunwell 7-6 and Rockland Utd beat Cranworth 4-1 at home.

In Division Two, leaders Feltwell Utd beat Necton 2-1 and Morley Village are now up to second place after winning 3-1 at Nostro. The next three teams all dropped points - Northwold S&SC and Castle Acre Swifts drew 1-1 while Hethersett Athletic only picked up one point from a goalless draw with West End. Shropham Utd recorded the highest score of the day with an 11-0 success at bottom team Hingham Athletic Res and Yaxham beat Sporle 7-2.

The Division Three, leaders Thurton & Ashby beat Stoke Ferry 8-0 while Breckland Wanderers move up to third spot after their 10-1 win at Rockland Utd Res Methwold Rovers drop one place to fourth after being held to a goalless draw by Bawdeswell and Gressenhall Res won 7-0 at home to Narborough Res.


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In Division Four, second-placedplaced Diss Town A won 3-1 at Rampant Horse and Mattishall A stay third after winning by the odd goal of three at Beetley Utd.

Tugas Utd stay fifth after beating North Elmham Res 6-2 and Scarning Utd are sixth after winning 6-1 at bottom club Dereham Cockers Utd. Nostro Res picked up three valuable points from a 2-1 home win over Colkirk while Tacolneston Res beat Shropham Utd Res 5-1.

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