Norwich Premier Security North East Norfolk League round-up
While the current Norwich Premier Security NEN League Slater & Frith Division leaders Coltishall were cruising to an 8-0 victory at Haisboro Athletic the two sides chasing them, Gimingham and Runton, met at the former's ground.
As expected this proved to be a very tight affair which was settled when Gimingham's Lewis Turner scored the only goal of the game.
This result sees Gimingham trail Colts by 12 points with four games in hand so it is all set up for an interesting run.
Horning, with a brace from Richard Mileham and one from Lee McCory, were 3-0 winners at home to North Walsham A. Goals from Aaron Moss, George Abbott and Oliver Hubbard gave Lyng all the points at Ludham as they won by the odd goal of five with Rob McCombe and Chris Roll scoring for the home side.
East Ruston hit five at Aldborough Lions thanks to a Nick Stride hat-trick and one from Matt Curtis and an opponent, with the home side replying just the once.
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There was not much change in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two. With leaders Mundesley idle, the two sides chasing both notched up wins, Erpingham 7-3 at home to Gimingham Res and Holt A managing to come out on top of a seven goal thriller when at home to Cawston. Corpusty Res were 3-1 home victors over Aylsham 'A' and Hickling won 2-1 away at Cromer Youth Old Boys
One issue has been settled in the Knights Trophies Division Three – Plumstead Rangers and Glaven Valley are promoted after they met at Plumstead.
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Following a closely fought encounter it was the home side that came out on top by a 2-1 margin and another win from their remaining three games will see them secure the title. There were wins for Holt Colts, 5-3 away at East Ruston Res, Erpingham Res, 2-0 away at Coltishall Res and Worstead Res, 2-1 at home to Felmingham.