NEN roundup: Coltishall and Runton in the goals
There is no let up at the top of the Norwich Premier Security NEN League Slater and Frith Division One, with both the front runners going flat out and setting the pace.
Coltishall again hit six, this time at home to Lyng, who netted once, and second placed Runton returned to winning ways with a 5-2 away win at Worstead. But they both have to keep looking over their shoulders to reigning champions Gimingham who, with games in hand, can still make a strong challenge to keep hold of their title. They added three more points to their total with a 4-1 home win over Haisboro Athletic, thanks to efforts from Ryan Beeson 2, Wayne Cutting and Glenn Thurston.
Corpusty were also amongst the goals, hitting six at home to Ludham, who for their part netted just two. The weather saw off the other two games at Greens Road and East Ruston
Wayford Nurseries Division Two leaders Mundesley travelled to Mallard Way Hickling and recorded a 4-1 away success which keeps them five points clear at the top, ahead of Erpingham. They were also on their travels at Blakeney and thanks to a brace from Andy Adams and one from Andrew Thomson they clinched a win which kept them in touch with the leaders.Jeremy Brown and Carl Salmon replied for the home side.
Third placed Holt A won 5-2 away at Aldborough Lions Res while Cawston recorded a 3-1 home win over Corpusty Res, as did Cromer Youth Old Boys over Buxton Res.
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With Plumstead Rangers idle, Glaven Valley are the new leaders of the Knights Trophies Division Three following their 5-0 home win over Mundesley Res. Trunch also hit five at home to Felmingham, who netted once. Holt Colts and East Ruston Res battled out a seven goal thriller, with the hosts winning 4-3.
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