SCHOOLHOUSE HIT BACK TO ENSURE TITLE RACE IS NOT OVER

With the season now drawing to a close, only four games were played this weekend, but the one major league issue to be decided is still to be resolved.

Schoolhouse went back to the top of the Premier Division after coming from behind to beat Bell Inn 5-2. One down at the break, thanks to a Richard Skelly strike for the home side, Schoolhouse stepped up a gear in the second period and struck though Sam Watts, Chris Halls, Leon Brock, Brendan Burke and Sam Slater, whilst Ian Babb netted for the home side. The result now leaves Schoolhouse two points ahead of Riverside Rovers who now need one win from their remaining two games to retain the title.

In 2A, two goals from Dan Smith secured a point for Mettingham as they drew 2-2 at The Middle Green, whilst in 2B, despite a last minute goal for 54 year old Dale Rudd, Costessey Sports were beaten 7-2 at home top Briston Wanderers. In the other game played, Harleston Town Under 21's completed their season with a 2-0 win at Gressenhall FC.

ALL WINNERS AND RUNNERS UP ARE REMINDED THAT THE PRESENTATION EVENING TAKES PLACE ON MAY 20th. ALL CLUBS WHO HAVE TROPHIES TO COLLECT, MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE