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Game's goals total reaches 19

PUBLISHED: 08:49 07 February 2008 | UPDATED: 08:50 13 July 2010

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League



A rugby union scoreline in Knights Trophies Division Three, with a goal every five minutes was Mundesley Reserves 13, Blakeney 6.

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League

A rugby union scoreline in Knights Trophies Division Three, with a goal every five minutes was Mundesley Reserves 13, Blakeney 6.

The winners' marksmen were Mokes (5), Harvey (4) and two apiece for Lester and Nearney with replies from Wayne (4) and Adam (2).

In Slater & Frith Division One, Buxton continued their successful run with a 5-2 victory over Happisburgh, leaving the reigning champions in second spot thanks to a hat-trick from Ives and a goal apiece from Boyles and Abbs.

Buxton are eight points off leaders East Ruston who have played three games more.

In Wayford Nurseries Division Two, Aldborough's promotion hopes were set back by a 3-0 defeat to North Walsham OB Reserves whose scorers were Gray, Amis and Wagg.

Holt A remain runaway leaders of Division Three following a 10-1 (Pegg 2, Williamson 2, Coleman 2, Naine, Edge, Jarvis, Meggeson) rout of Hickling Reserves.

No shocks in the Smallburgh Crown Division One Cup where the big clash between holders Corpusty and East Ruston was a weather victim.

Last season's losing finalists Mundesley made the semi-finals with a 3-0 (Casey 2, Davis) victory over North Walsham A while Hickling coasted to a 4-0 win at Dilham.

The semi-finalists of the Rivetts Motors Division Two Cup are known for Horning, who beat Aylsham A 6-0, are drawn away to Runton whose goals from Stead, Gilbert and Anderson (2) defeated Briston 4-0.

Coltishall, who are already through, entertain Felmingham who strolled to a 7-0 victory over Buxton Reserves.


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