Easton Close The Gap

Game of the day saw 2 of the Prem title challengers come head to head as Woolpack hosted Horsford at The Fountain. A brace from Bryn Mullen and a Cain Eagleton goal were enough to give Horsford a 302 win and move them up to second.  Schoolhouse continue to lead the way, maintaining their unbeaten record with a 5-0 win against Poringland thanks to a hattrick from Jack Hurrell and strikes from Jack Robinson and Shaun Taylor. Farmhouse picked up their first win of the season with a 4-1 win against Phoenix and Acle scored 3 of the 4 goals in their game against Middle Green to take the points


It’s 9 from 9 now for AFC Norwich in Div 1 after they had a scare against Vale Longo but in the end ran out 4-1 winners, Harry Blossom 2, Jordan Hunt and Charlie Roe scoring. Hethersett registered their first points and first win of the season after goals from Jordan Hayward, Oliver Hudson-Church and Adam Waters gave them a 3-2 win against MC Rovers. Marlborough won by the odd goal in 3 away at FC Viking


The second big game of the day saw the top 2 in Div 2 play with Easton hosting Aylsham and it was the home team what took the spoils, 3-1, meaning they are now just a point behind Aylsham but have 3 game in hand and have 7 wins from 7 games, James Denmark 2 and Ryan Gray scoring. Barracks picked up their second win of the season beating Acle Reserves 4-1. East Tuddenham’s game at home to Norman Wanderers A saw 7 goals but it was the away team who got the win by 5 goals to 2. Third placed Eaton could only manage a 1-1 draw with Newsman Celtic, leaving them 5 points behind Aylsham and 4 behind Easton.


Big game number 3 came in Div 3 with top of table Moose Park Rangers hosting William IV. Eight goals later and a Moose had a 5-3 win. Long Stratton remain in third after a 5-0 away win at Long Stratton. There were 12 goals in the game between Cellar House and Earsham and it was fourth placed Earsham that won 9-3.  A brace a piece for Jack Nunn and Taylor Palmer and further goals from Jacob Graver, Jason Lambert and Aiden Wickham saw Old Catton score 7 without reply against Woodton. Eaton Park Corinthians had goals from Daniel Lee 2, Alex Fletcher, Ryan MacArthur and Tendros Amsalu to thank for their 5-2 win against FC Viking Reserves.


Marriott continue to lead the way at the top of Div 4 after a 6-1 win against Sprowston Rovers thanks to a Ryan Wheeler hattrick, Chris Johnson, Louis Brown and Freddie Turner. Yelverton are 3 points behind due to scoring 7 (Steffen Bassett 3, Simon Curtis, Thomas Knight, Anthony Moralee and Joseph Main) against Eaton Beehive Reserves, who only scored 3. Tavern Old Boys slipped to a 3-1 defeat against Felthorpe thanks to goals from George Baker, Elliot Moon and Jacob Yallop. Freethorpe scored 10 without reply against Sprowston United, Benjamin Cooper 3, Fergus Ogg 2, Danny Allen, Arthur Gjuka, Max Mallett and Craig Thompson. Wensum Hellies moved up to seventh in the table after Alexander Giddings, Samuel Hale and James Hunter scored in their 3-0 win against Salhouse