Champs Bridgham ship ten goals to Swaffham Town in Crown Fire League
Swaffham Town A 10 Bridgham Utd 3
BRIDGHAM UNITED suffered their heaviest defeat for many seasons at Swaffham A.
Soon 2-0 down, two goals from leading scorer Alan Boon pulled them level before defensive mistakes aided a good Swaffham forward line to score three more times before the interval. Bridgham pulled one back through Jack West-Jordan early in the second half but Swaffham took their chances to score another five.
nCrown Fire Division One leaders Feltwell beat bottom team Narborough 2-0 to maintain their four point lead at the top of the table.
Second-placed Dereham A won 3-1 at Gressenhall and are on the same number of points as Morley Village, who won 2-1 at Shipdham. Shropham won 3-0 win at Rockland.
Sporle are top of Division Two by virtue of more goals scored after a 5-1 home defeat of Gressenhall Res. Necton surrendered a 3-1 lead to go down 5-3 to Saham Toney Res while Nostro had a 6-2 win over Breckland Wanderers. Methwold Rovers beat Hethersett 5-1 and West End move above Cockers after beating them 8-4.
The top two in Division Three met and Scarning came out on top, beating Mulbarton Wanderers Res 3-2 to go back to the top. Bawdeswell are second after beating Stoke Ferry 2-1, Rampant Horse had a 3-1 win at Splitz and Marham Wanderers beat Mattishall A 3-2. Wendling won 5-2 at Great Cressingham, Rockland Utd Res deprived Narborough Res of their first win, edging them 5-4 and Tugas inflicted a 5-1 home defeat on Hingham Athletic Res.
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