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East Ruston set the pace

PUBLISHED: 08:44 28 February 2008 | UPDATED: 12:43 20 May 2010

Nicholsons of Stalham NEN League



It's as you were at the top of Slater and Frith Division One with East Ruston still in pole position after beating North Walsham OB 3-1 (Woodhouse 2, Scarff), taking their total to 45 points.

Nicholsons of Stalham NEN League

It's as you were at the top of Slater and Frith Division One with East Ruston still in pole position after beating North Walsham OB 3-1 (Woodhouse 2, Scarff), taking their total to 45 points.

Reigning champions Buxton are on 37 points with two games in hand after achieving a best of three goal victory (Ives, Abbs) at Mundesley, while Lyng remain in contention with 34 points and two in hand following an overwhelming 7-0 rout of Dilham who now seem destined for Division Two next term.

Horning maintained their lead in Wayford Nurseries Division Two by beating Runton 4-2. Coltishall from one game more are two points adrift after a 4-1 victory over Briston. Aldborough remain third three points off the leaders with the benefit of two games in hand after a thumping 8-0 victory over East Ruston Reserves, remaining title favourites. Scorers were Hall and Whitlam with hat-tricks and one goal apiece for Adams and Stimpson.

Aylsham A are off the foot of the table following a 4-1 (Bush 2, Burton 2) victory over North Walsham OB Reserves and on that form they could yet escape the drop.

In Knights Trophies Division Three, Holt A who beat Briston Reserves 4-0 now require four points from their remaining three games to clinch the title and promotion with Stalham A likely to accompany them into Division Two next season.

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