Walsham hit five to take over at the top

North Walsham Ladies moved to the top of the Martin & Acock Premier Division with a comprehensive 5-0 win at Reepham.Despite missing two key players, Walsham started strongly and opened the scoring through captain Nicky Batch.

North Walsham Ladies moved to the top of the Martin & Acock Premier Division with a comprehensive 5-0 win at Reepham.

Despite missing two key players, Walsham started strongly and opened the scoring through captain Nicky Batch. The lead was further extended before half-time by Louise Catling, following up with a strong shot after a short corner routine.

Walsham continued the scoring through Shauna McDougall and then again through Batch with a good team goal. The scoreline was completed by Catling with another solid strike.

Evergreens were forced to surrender top spot when their scheduled game at Harleston Magpies Colts was postponed.

Pure hard graft just about summed up Briston's unrewarding 0-0 draw against Norwich City II.

Player of the match Rachel Mayes combined with Tracy Toyn to prevent Tamsin Radley from having to make too many saves.

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Kim Love had Briston's best chance of the match. She outsmarted City keeper Gina Hunt, directing the ball towards the goal from the back line, only to have it cleared within centimetres of success.

Sprowston missed an opportunity to go joint second when they lost 1-0 at home to Norwich Union II.

Broadland were on form, winning 4-1 at Watton II to improve their position.

In Division One, Loddon moved serenely on, beating Denver 6-3 to stay five points clear at the top.

Beccles are now third after winning 3-0 at Yarmouth II, with Debbie Mann getting two of the goals and Carol Maynard completing the scoring.

North Walsham II moved up the table courtesy of a 2-0 win against Lowestoft Railway, with Cathy Wallace and Helen Ogden on target.

Dereham Colts had a good day, beating UEA II 5-1 (Ellie Boyce, Evie Settle, Jess Shand 2, Hannah Turner).

Evergreens II shared the spoils with lowly Breckland in Division Two, their goals in a

2-2 draw coming from Stacey Howarth and Harriet Segasby.

Thetford beat Pelicans Colts 3-0 thanks to goals from Dawn Heavy, Davina Rolph and Karen Spiller.