Central & South Norfolk league review

There were only a handful of League matches in Divisions 1 and Division 4 with most other teams engaged in the 1st Round of the Norfolk Primary Cup. Yaxham remain top of Division 1 after beating North Elmham 3-1 at home and Tacolneston are up to second after their 4-1 home win over Thetford Rovers Res. Rockland Utd slip to third after losing 5-2 at Castle Acre Swifts and Shipdham picked up their first win of the season with a similar scoreline over Swaffham Town A. Bridgham Utd also recorded their first win courtesy of a 5-1 success over Narborough.

In Division 4, Yaxham Res are up to second after running up the highest score of the day in a 12-1 win over bottom team Methwold Utd Res and Walsingham Utd stay fourth after beating Shipdham Res 5-1.

There were several successes for teams from the League in the Norfolk Primary Cup. The most notable were achieved by Feltwell Utd Res who beat Bawdeswell 6-2, Hethersett Athletic who won 9-0 at Taverham and Mulbarton Wanderers Res who netted six times without reply from Great Cressingham. Scarning Utd had a good 8-1 home win over Necton while West End ran out 8-0 home winners over Dyers Arms.

Marham Wanderers beat Gimingham Utd Res 3-2, Colkirk won by the only goal of the game at Corpusty & Saxthorpe Res and Northwold S&SC Res beat Old Catton Rovers by the odd goal of seven. Attleborough Athletic beat Rampant Horse 4-2, Sporle beat Mattishall A 4-0 and Tugas Utd won 2-1 at South Walsham Res. Stoke Ferry beat Denver 2-0, Wendling were 3-1 home winners over Drayton Res and Cockers beat Wensum Albion by the same score.

Two teams will have to replay - Hingham Athletic Res drew 3-3 at home to Flitcham & Hillington while Splitz Utd held South Creake Res 2-2.

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