Cup finalists book places

Norwich Premier Security NEN League

It was League Cup semi-final day and in the Smallburgh Crown Division One and holders Corpusty will not be making a return trip to the final

Visitors Ludham, with goals from Mark Fairs and Martin Le-Page, reached the final by the odd goal of three.

They will meet Coltishall who, thanks to goals from Arran Nixon, Ollie Sayer and an opponent, beat their old foe Gimingham by three goals to one, with Charlie Skipper netting for the visitors. The final takes place on Easter Monday morning at Greens Road, North Walsham.

Holt A and Mundesley will contest the Rivett Motors Division Two League final also at Greens Road, this time on Saturday, April 30, with a 7.15pm kick-off. Holt saw off Aylsham A 7-3 and Mundesley were 6-2 winners over Lyng.


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Holt FC will host the Walcott Lighthouse Division Three League Cup final on May 4, between Blakeney, who won 9-1 at East Ruston Reserves and Glaven Valley, who were 1-0 winners over Mundesley Reserves.

In the Slater and Frith Division One, Horning moved out of the bottom two following their 3-0 home win over Aldborough Lions, with goals from David Mileham (2) and Tyler Reynolds. North Walsham Old Boys replaced them in the bottom two after they were hit 15-1 by East Ruston for whom Liam Smith with four and Louis Holden three lead the scoring.

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In the Wayford Nurseries Division Two Haisboro Athletic returned to winning ways thanks to a James Underhill hat-trick and Simon Hawkins effort they recorded a comfortable 4-0 away win at Buxton Reserves.

Gimingham Reserves notched up a 2-1 home win over Sutton Rangers in the Knights Trophies Division Three.

Norwich Premier Security Services are the new league sponsors having replaced Optic Nightclub. The league management committee would like to express their grateful thanks to NPSS for stepping in and taking over the sponsorship. The league will be known in future as the Norwich Premier Security NEN League.

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