Feltwell receive Crown Fire League championship trophy
Feltwell United received their Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League Championship trophy following their home match against Shipdham – having left it late to secure a 2-2 draw.
Morley Village moved to within one point of second-placed Dereham Town A as a result of their 5-2 win at outgoing champions Bridgham United.
Bridgham’s Jack West-Jordan had an overhead kick well saved before Morley scored twice to take control. But slowly Bridgham started to play and from an Alan Boon cross Jason Conroy headed home for 2-1.
In the second half Conroy made it 2-2 with a fine shot after a Mark Hawes pass. However, just past the hour mark Morley hit Bridgham with three goals in under 15 minutes to totally reclaim control of the match and secure the points. Bridgham’s MoM was hardworking midfielder Adam Haylett.
Northwold S&SC stay fourth after their 1-1 draw at Gressenhall while Rockland United and Thetford Rovers Reserves drew 2-2.
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Division Two leaders Castle Acre Swifts lost their 100pc record in midweek in a draw at Sporle. But they bounced back by winning 2-0 at Methwold Rovers to go 11 points clear at the top and confirm their promotion to Division One.
Third-placed Yaxham won 12-2 at Cockers while Sporle remain fourth after winning 3-2 at Necton. Nostro are fifth after their 5-3 win at Thurton & Ashby.
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Former Division Three leaders Scarning had a bad week. Having been beaten by Splitz in midweek they went down 3-2 to Bawdeswell, who took over at the top with a three point lead.
Mulbarton Wanderers Reserves stay third following their 3-0 win at Rockland United Res and Tugas United are fourth after beating bottom team Narborough Res 6-3.
Great Cressingham held Marham Wanderers to a 2-2 draw while Rampant Horse beat Stoke Ferry by the odd goal of three.
The top four in Division Four all won. Leaders Watton A won 3-1 at Shropham United Res while Litcham beat Castle Acre Swifts Res by the same score. North Elmham Res stay third after beating Shipdham Res 6-2 and Methwold Rovers Res beat Tacolneston Res 2-1.
Beetley Utd won 3-2 at home to Weasenham Wanderers and bottom team Methwold took a point from a goalless draw at home to Dereham Cockers Utd.
The Final of the Dick Davey Ambulance Cup on Wednesday, May 2, will be between North Elmham, who beat Swaffham Town A 4-2, and Tacolneston who ran out 6-1 winners at Saham Toney Res.
n Swaffham Town were beaten 4-2 at home to Ipswich Wanderers. They complete their Ridgeons League season when they host Team Bury on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).