Gimingham have lead of six points over rivals
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With points already in the bag, having played more games, Gimingham lead the Slater & Frith Division One by six points after their narrow 2-1 home win over visitors Briston.
Runton are in second spot by virtue of scoring more goals after they recorded a 3-0 home success over North Walsham Old Boys.
On the same goal difference are Coltishall who occupy third spot, and they were also 3-0 victors, inflicting the first league defeat on East Ruston.
Ludham won the relegation battle at home to Hickling, winners by the odd goal of seven. The teams changed places at the bottom of the table.
There were wins for Aldborough Lions, 2-1 at home against Corpusty, and North Walsham A, 3-1 also at home to Horning
Worstead have a five-point lead at the top of the Wayford Nurseries Division Two table after their 6-1 thumping of Erpingham.
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Second-placed Aylsham A won their derby against Buxton Reserves, netting four times without reply. Holt A went on a double-figure rout at Felmingham while Haisboro Athletic kept their 100 percent record with a solid 4-1 home win over Mundesley.
Cawston are clear leaders of the Knights Trophies Division Three and they added three more points to their collection when hitting their hosts Glaven Valley for six without conceding.
Blakeney, who have yet to drop a point, also hit six without reply at home to Aldborough Lion Reserves. East Ruston Reserves recorded their first win of the season, 4-2 at home to Holt Colts, a result which lifts them off the bottom of the table.
Erpingham Res replace them on the bottom after they visited Mundesley Reserves and were beaten 5-2.