Pacesetters go marching on in NEN League

PUBLISHED: 09:44 16 February 2017

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant


It’s as you were at the top of the table in Sanders Coaches Division One in the Walcott Lighthouse Inn NEN League.

Leaders Haisboro Athletic entertained Holt Reserves and won 3-2 while Runton travelled to Southrepps and hit double figures without reply.

Erpingham notched up their second consecutive win, this time at home to Aylsham A by a 4-2 margin. Cromer Youth Old Boys returned home from East Ruston odd goal winners of three, thanks to second half goals from Ryan Sadler and Oliver Gahegan, with Valentin Rachoi scoring for the hosts.

Gimingham. with goals from Craig Shreeve (2), Wayne Cutting, Luke Chopping and Glenn and Ali Thurston, notched up a 6-2 win at Hickling for whom Jake Brown and Shaun Simpson replied.

Knights Trophies Division Two leaders Briston entertained Bacton and thanks to a Tom Walton hat-trick and one from Liam Waller ran out 4-0 winners

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