Norwich Premier Security North East Norfolk League round-up
The top two in the Norwich Premier Security NEN League Slater & Frith Division One, Coltishall and Runton, met at the former's ground and it was they who ran out 4-1 home victors to strengthen their lead at the top.
Gimingham still remain a threat to the leaders following goals from Charlie Skipper and Ryan Beeson which saw them 2-0 winners over Ludham.
Horning came out on top of a seven goal thriller at Corpusty thanks to goals from Craig Bennett 2, Danny Marks and Lee McCory. Meanwhile goals from Mark Burton, Louis Holden and Lee Clarke saw East Ruston put more daylight between themselves and the bottom two with a 3-1 home win over Lyng whilst Haisboro Athletic showed bottom side Aldborough Lions little mercy as they hammered them 7-1.
Tom Crabb notched a hat-trick while Mark Noble scored two and there was one apiece for James Underhill and Matt Brown. North Walsham A scored the only goal at Worstead to leave their hosts looking anxiously up the table.
There were big wins in the Wayford Nurseries Division Two. Leaders Mundesley scored 10 at Aldborough Green where the second string replied just once and Cromer Youth Old Boys were also amongst the goals when at Buxton Res they netted eight times without reply with Michael Warnes scoring four times. The others on target were Chris Furlong, Kieran Amis, Jordan Buxton and Ryan Sadler.
There were away wins for Hickling, 2-1 at Blakeney, and Aylsham A, 3-1 at Cawston
Both front runners in the Knights Trophies Division Three recorded victories, leaders Glaven Valley 3-1 over Coltishall Res while Plumstead Rangers went nap away at Trunch. Mundesley Res hit East Ruston Res for eight without reply and Felmingham scored a 7-1 away success at Erpingham Res.
- 1 Flames grip barn in north Norfolk
- 2 Works planned for historic town centre shop
- 3 In pictures: Potty Morris and folk festival draws thousands to coast
- 4 Lifeboat crew saves north Norfolk fisherman from hitting rock groynes
- 5 Happisburgh revealed as north Norfolk's most isolated spot
- 6 Café serving produce fresh from its farm opens in north Norfolk
- 7 Stunning bee-eaters draw over 5,000 bird watchers to north Norfolk coast
- 8 Popular cafe reopens in Cromer park
- 9 Fewer than half of village's homes occupied by full-time residents
- 10 Parked cars prevent buses from serving north Norfolk village