Norwich Premier Security NEN League round-up

PUBLISHED: 19:07 06 March 2012

Corpusty halted the progress of Norwich Premier Security NEN League Slater & Frith Division One leaders Coltishall when they recorded a 4-2 home win.

Ludham took all the points when visiting North Walsham A, scoring the only goal of the game. East Ruston also collected maximum points when they ran out odd goal winners of five at Worstead.

Wayford Nurseries Division Two front runners Mundesley went nap at Aylsham A without reply, Cawston hit four without reply at home to Buxton Res as did Hickling away at Gimingham Res.

Plumstead Rangers moved within a point of the leaders of Knights Trophies Division Three Glaven Valley with two games in hand following their 2-0 away win at Mundesley Res.

Felmingham scored five times at home to Coltishall Res who failed to net themselves and in the bottom of the table clash at East Ruston Res it was the home side who were victorious over Erpingham Res, winning 3-2.

In was also cup day and Gimingham reached the final of the Nicholson’s of Stalham Benevolent Cup in a 10-0 demolition over Aldborough Lions. In the REW Subsidiary Cup Horning won the replay game against Blakeney and they now meet Mundesley in the quarter-finals.

Already into the semi-finals are Runton, who won narrowly at Erpingham 1-0, and Haisboro Athletic, who were taken to extra time by Holt A before finally going through by a 3-1 margin . They joined Plumstead Rangers who are already there, having beaten the weather earlier.

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