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North East Norfolk League round-up

PUBLISHED: 19:10 31 January 2012

For the fourth league game in a row hot-shots Coltishall hit six goals at the top of the Slater & Frith Division One table.

On the receiving end this time were third placed North Walsham A who found the net twice. Second placed Runton went nap away at Aldborough Lions, while fourth placed Horning lost out by the odd goal of five at home to Gimingham, who are moving up the table with games in hand. On target for the visitors were Charlie Skipper, Michael Reynolds and Paul Hinds with Richard Mileham netting twice for the home side.

Haisboro Athletic won by the odd goal of five at home to Worstead as did Corpusty over their visitors Lyng. Ludham finished 2-1 winners over East Ruston.

Goals from Matt Fox, Andy Adam and Dan Gabriel gave Erpingham three more points as they continue to hold on to second spot behind Mundesley who were idle in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two League. Erpingham visited Gimingham Res and recorded a 3-1 success while third placed Holt A also won on their travels, 3-2 at Cawston. Cromer Youth Old Boys and Corpusty Res shared the spoils and four goals, Hickling, at home to Blakeney, were 4-0 winners thanks to a brace from Nathan Culley and one apiece from Martin Hale and Chris Brown and Aylsham A were 6-1 away winners at Buxton Res.

An outstanding comeback took place at Erpingham Res in the Knights Trophies Division Three when visitors Coltishall Res were leading 4-2 with less than 10 minutes to play only for the home side to rattle in three goals to take the points. Their marksmen were Tom Howard and Scott Halliday with a brace apiece and Jake Thain. Leaders Glaven Valley increased their lead with a 6-0 away win at Holt Colts, Trunch were 4-2 home winners over Worstead Res and Felmingham also won at home, 2-0 against Mundesley Res.


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