Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) LeagueNewly-formed Haisboro Athletic pulled off the shock result of the season, the Division Three outfit eliminating their Optic Benevolent Cup Division One opponents North Walsham Old Boys in a best of seven thriller.
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League
Newly-formed Haisboro Athletic pulled off the shock result of the season, the Division Three outfit eliminating their Optic Benevolent Cup Division One opponents North Walsham Old Boys in a best of seven thriller.
Last season's losing finalists East Ruston defeated Division One leaders Gimingham by the odd goal of five but runaway Division Two hotshots Bodham struggled to go through 2-1 over Briston.
In Slater & Frith Division One, Mundesley leapfrogged to second over their opponents Happisburgh, the 3-0 result leaving them behind Gimingham only on goal difference.
Runton closed the gap at the top of Wayford Nurseries Division Two, their 5-0 victory at North Walsham Reserves leaving them five points adrift of Bodham on level games.
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In Knights Trophies Division Three, Cawston - who beat East Ruston Reserves 2-1 - are now third, level on points with a worse goal difference than Haisboro and Mundesley Reserves.