Old Boys set pace
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) LeagueNORTH Walsham OB shot up to pole position in the Slater & Frith Division One following a thorough 6-2 demolition of Corpusty.
Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League
NORTH Walsham OB shot up to pole position in the Slater & Frith Division One following a thorough 6-2 demolition of Corpusty.
The team they tipped off the top were reigning champions East Ruston who stumbled to a 4-2 defeat at
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Happisburgh without a game are third on goal difference followed by Mundesley two points off after a 1-0 home win over Hickling.
Bodham are racing away in Wayford Nurseries Division Two, their unblemished start producing 15 points, five clear of Stalham A who with a game in hand beat Aylsham A 1-0. Aldborough Lions, without a fixture, are threatening with six points from two after netting 19 goals.
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In Knights Trophies Division Three newcomers Haisbro Athletic impressed with a 7-1 win over East Ruston Reserves and are in the mix with six points from two. Mundesley Reserves are top with 12 points after beating Hickling Reserves 8-3 while morning leaders Cawston dithered and lost by the odd goal of nine at Blakeney. In the Optic Benevolent Cup Aldborough Lions launched a extra-time blitz of four goals to beat Buxton Reserves 6-2.