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Vital points dropped

PUBLISHED: 11:20 04 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:28 13 July 2010

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League



SLATER & Frith Division One leaders Gimingham dropped three vital points in a 2-1 defeat at Horning, leaving near-neighbours Mundesley challenging just a point adrift from two games more after thrashing Erpingham 6-0.

Nicholsons of Stalham (NEN) League

SLATER & Frith Division One leaders Gimingham dropped three vital points in a 2-1 defeat at Horning, leaving near-neighbours Mundesley challenging just a point adrift from two games more after thrashing Erpingham 6-0.

Reigning champions East Ruston are still in touch despite their game with Lyng postponed.

In Wayford Nurseries Division Two, Bodham's charge to the league title with a perfect record so far continued with a resounding 8-0 victory at Holt A that took their goal tally to exactly 100.

Runton hung on to second spot two points off from two games more with a 5-1 win over Aylsham A and Aldborough Lions with five game in hand and still unbeaten are still in with a shout after beating Stalham A 4-1.

Mundesley Reserves still head Knights Trophies Division Three by two points but neither they nor their challengers Haisboro Athletic had a game, allowing Cawston to close the gap following a 2-1 victory over Briston Reserves.

Results. Slater & Frith Division One: Coltishall 2, North Walsham A 0; Hickling 3, North Walsham OB 3; Horning 2, Gimingham 1; Mundesley 6, Erpingham 0.

Wayford Nurseries Division Two: Buxton Res 2, Briston 0; Corpusty Res 1, Felmingham 0; Holt A 0, Bodham 8; Runton 5, Aylsham A 1; Stalham Town A 1, Aldborough Lions 4.

Knights Trophies Division Three: Aldborough Lions Res 2, Blakeney 4; Cawston 2, Briston Res 1; Gimingham Res 0, Cromer YOB 4; Holt Colts 1, East Ruston Res 0.


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