Top four teams win
The top four teams in the Premier Division all won, Cromer staying three points ahead of Blofield and seven ahead of St Andrews, who both have two games in hand.
The Crabs won 4-2 at Mattishall with goals from David Harwood (2), Paul Bradshaw and David Hinton, with Luke Catchpole scoring twice for Mattishall.
Blofield won 3-0 at Sheringham, thanks to a brace from Jonathan Wynne and one from Nicky Crawley, while third-place St Andrews went nap at home to Beccles in a 5-1 win. Daniel Barraclough, Matthew Pilgrim, Alex Taylor, Ben Jarvis and Charlie Bartram showed the Saints can look to several players for their goals. Alan Remblance replied for Beccles.
Happy on their travels were fourth-place Wroxham Reserves, who thumped bottom club Brandon 7-0. Oliver King claimed a hat-trick, with other goals coming from Matthew Banham, Stewart Barker, Andrew Eastaugh and an own goal.
Norwich St Johns won a high-scoring match 5-3 at home to Acle. Luke Tuttle bagged four goals and David Matthews one as Acle replied through Joseph Marsden, Nathan Thompson and Daniel Foreman.
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North Walsham had a 2-1 home win over Kirkley & Pakefield Reserves with Daniel Tindall and Darren Patterson on target, Rory French replying. The only draw was 1-1 at Hempnall, where Spixworth earned an away point through Damian Didwell. Home marksman was Gavid Whitting,
Dersingham beat visitors Loddon 2-1, Ben Walker and Paul English on target, with the reply coming from James Marjoribanks.
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Long Stratton lead Wells on goal difference at the top of Division One.
Stratton won 5-0 at home to Poringland Wanderers (Shaun Flint 2, James Barnes 2, Shaun Moss) while the Seasiders beat visitors Caister 3-2. Scott Sutherland-Gray, Peter Page and Niall McCallum scored for Wells, Adam Bartram and Michael Gislam for the visitors.
Third-placed Wymondham beat visitors Bungay 5-1 with a brace each form Chris Priest and Jamie Speller, Luke Rackham also on target. Charlie Jones replied for Bungay. Fourth-place Horsford won 2-1 at home to Stalham thanks to Dale Webster and an own goal, Matthew Watling replying.
Holt won 4-2 at home to Sprowston Athletic with Lee Clarke claiming a hat-trick, Steven Thompson also on the scoresheet. Ben Read and Peter Williams responded.
Bradenham enjoyed a 3-1 home win over Watton, Karl Bush (2) and Ricky Forder their scorers, Xavier Huckle the Watton marksman.
Bottom club Hindringham lost by the only goal of the game at Corton, scored by Tony Baxter.