Feltwell United win Crown Fire League title
Feltwell United are the new Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League champions.
They beat second placed Dereham Town A 2-0 at home to clinch the title at the first time of asking.
Third-placed Morley Village dropped two points in a 2-2 home draw against Gressenhall. Shipdham move above Tacolneston after beating them 2-0.
The runners up spot now appears to be between Dereham Town A, Morley Village, Northwold S&SC and Tacolneston.
Division Two leaders Castle Acre Swifts beat fifth-placed Nostro 5-1 to maintain their 100 per cent record and maintained their lead at the top of the table at seven points over North Elmham, who in turn beat Necton by the odd goal of five.
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Division Three leaders Scarning United got back to winning ways with an only goal of the game victory at Great Cressingham.
Bawdeswell, in second place, won 4-1 at Rampant Horse while third-placed Mulbarton Wanderers Res won 6-1 at Splitz Utd. Marham Wanderers, in fourth, dropped valuable points in a 3-0 defeat at Colkirk.
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Tugas Utd continued their good league form with a 2-1 home win over Wendling while Stoke Ferry won 4-3 against Hingham Athletic Reserves.
The top three in Division Four all won. Leaders Watton United A won 7-3 at Tacolneston Res to remain six points clear of Litcham, who won 9-0 at bottom club Methwold United.
North Elmham Res stay third after running up the highest score of the day with a 10-0 home win over Beetley United.
Shropham United Res move above Yaxham Res into fourth place after beating them 4-0 and Nostro Res drop to 6th place after losing by the odd goal of three at Castle Acre Swifts Res.
Methwold Rovers Res beat Weasenham Wanderers by the same scoreline and Dereham Cockers Utd pulled themselves further away from the re-election places by winning 5-2 at Shipdham Res