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NE Norfolk League round-up

PUBLISHED: 10:49 25 March 2010 | UPDATED: 10:27 13 July 2010

Optic NE Norfolk League round-up

Ludham, without kicking a ball, moved a step closer to lifting the Slater & Frith Division One championship when reigning champions Gimingham dropped three vital points at Rectory Road, Coltishall, with the home side running out 3-1 victors.

Optic NE Norfolk League round-up

Ludham, without kicking a ball, moved a step closer to lifting the Slater & Frith Division One championship when reigning champions Gimingham dropped three vital points at Rectory Road, Coltishall, with the home side running out 3-1 victors.

East Ruston scored a 2-0 home win over visitors Runton. Corpusty took all three points by virtue of their 3-1 success at Lyng. Horning also won on their travels, when at Mundesley they notched up a 3-1 scoreline. Hickling also recorded a success on their travels, winning 2-1 at North Walsham A.

Wayford Nurseries Division Two leaders Aldborough Lions hammered near neighbours Erpingham 6-0 and second-placed Aylsham A were held to a 2-2 draw by fourth-placed Buxton Reserves, allowing third-placed Briston to move within two points of Aylsham with four games in hand, following their 3-1 away win at Corpusty Reserves.

Felmingham picked up a welcome success, running out odd goal winners of three over Holt A. Seven goals were scored at Haisboro Athletic where Mundesley Reserves were the visitors, and it was they who took the points, winning by the odd goal.

Congratulations to Cromer Youth Old Boys, who secured promotion from the Knights Trophies Division after they defeated Cawston 2-0.

That win means that they have completed their league fixtures, finishing with 38 points, whilst second-placed Worstead need to pick up at least eight points from their remaining four games to win the title on goal difference.

Blakeney won by the odd goal of seven at Briston Reserves and Aldborough Lions Reserves also notched up an away win, 5-2 over Holt Colts.


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