Lions roar on in county cup
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) LeagueALDBOROUGH Lions are carrying the Nicholsons flag proudly in to the Norfolk Primary Cup semi-finals.The keen Lions roared to a 5-2 victory at Lynn Docklands to earn a last four home pairing with another West Norfolk ace outfit Pott Row.
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League
ALDBOROUGH Lions are carrying the Nicholsons flag proudly in to the Norfolk Primary Cup semi-finals.
The keen Lions roared to a 5-2 victory at Lynn Docklands to earn a last four home pairing with another West Norfolk ace outfit Pott Row.
Club secretary Adam Brown said: 'It was a tremendous quarter-final for us, we have a home tie in the semi-final and we will strive our utmost to make the final.
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In Slater & Frith Division One, Gimingham with the benefit of games in hand remain top after beating North Walsham OB 3-0. Happisburgh are up to second, two points off the pace following a 4-2 victory at Coltishall and Mundesley drop to third after their 2-1 home reverse against reigning champions East Ruston.
Bodham's relentless pursuit of promotion and probably the Wayford Nurseries Division Two continue with a 4-0 win over Felmingham. Bodham's faultless record of 39 points from 13 games so far is challenged only by Aldborough now 21 points adrift with a daunting backlog of seven games.
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The top three in Knights Trophies Division Three are Haisboro Athletic, Mundesley Reserves and Cawston all locked on 26 points while in a second round of the Optic Benevolent Cup Hickling pulled a surprise 2-1 win over Lyng.
Results. Slater & Frith Division One: Coltishall 2, Happisburgh 4; Corpusty 4, Horning 3; Erpingham 0, North Walsham A 7; Gimingham 3, North Walsham OB 0; Mundesley 1, East Ruston 2.
Wayford Nurseries Division Two: Bodham 4, Felminham 0; Holt A 3, Briston 2; Runton 4, Corpusty Res 2.
Knights Trophies Division Three: Aldborough Lions Res 1, Mundesley Res 7; Cawston 3, Cromer YOB 1; Haisboro Ath 4, Briston Res 3.
Optic Benevolent Cup, second round: Hickling 2, Lyng 1.