Nov 1st

REMEMBRANCE DAY

 

Could all clubs please remember to observe a minutes silence for Remembrance Day before kick off this weekend

 

TOP THREE MARCH ON

 

The top 3 in the Premier remain as the top 3 with the early season pace setters all getting wins. Schoolhouse took over at the top, albeit via having a better goal difference after travelling to POW and coming away with a 4-2 win. Acle Rangers drop to second after coming from behind to grab a 2-1 home win against AFC Wanderers, a wonder strike from Daniel Foreman and Matthew Billing scoring for Acle. Riverside continue to be in the hunt with a 6-1 (Roy Bevis 4, Jordan Rocastle, Gavin Lemmon) away win at Farmhouse.  Dussindale continue they’re good start to the season, beating Bungay Town 2-1. Aslacton picked up their first win of the season and moved off the bottom of the table after a good 3-0 (Dean Mortimer 2, James Smith) win again Norman Wanderers.  Bell Inn took a two goal(Mark Appleton) lead against Poringland only to then find themselves 3-2 down. With seconds remaining a Richard Skelly free kick meant the points were shared. Poringland goals from Tim Carey 2 and Tom Pichell

 

Horsford continue at the top of 1A after goals from Rob Warminger, Matthew Taylor, Joseph Wright, Michael Thirkettle and an own goal gave them a convincing 5-1 victory over Windmill, Jordan Palmer with the Windmill goal. Second placed Vale Longo blew a 2 goal (Kirk Bardsley, Brian Forbes) half time lead to go down 4-2 at Sporting Longdale. Bungay Town Res keep up the pressure on the top 2 beating a spirited Dancing Farmers 2-1 (Daniel King for Farmers) and Brooke moved up to 4th coming away from their home game with Costessey West End as 2-1 victors.

 

DEF have a huge 8 point lead in 1B after beating Salhouse 3-0. Lakewood picked up an excellent home win again high flying Taverham, again winning 3-0, Callum Speck with a brace and George Crowe scoring Edith Cavell picked up their second win of the season beating Revolution 2-1.

 

The top 2 played at Eaton Park in 2A and it was Mad Moose who took the spoils, beating Mischief 3-0 with Seth Thomas scoring twice and Michael Adcock netting. On current form Mad Moose look a certainty to return to senior football with their 100% win record and only conceding once so far this campaign.  Norman Wanderers Reserves took over second place scoring 5 without reply against Mettingham.  There were 7 goals in both of the games between, Micawbers and Constable Crusaders and The Middle Green and Brooke Res.  Constable Crusaders won by the odd goal 4-3 but things were slightly more straight forward for Middle Green, wining 6-1.  Dynamo continue to look for their first win after going down 5-1 against Newsman Celtic. Matthew Giles 2, Robbie Powell 2 and Chris Durrant scored for the visitors.

 

2B’s leaders continue to be Phoenix after picking up a close 3-2 (James Smith 2, Matt Jillings) win At Costessey Sports. Silver Fox are their closest challengers after scoring 6 of the 8 goals away to Briston Wanderers. Cellar House finally picked up a point drawing 2-2 with Binha, Matt Lane and Matt Shutt scoring, whilst in the division’s final game Trimingham overtook Hickling to move 3rd after beating them 3-0, goals coming from Jeff Meggesson, George Crane and Adam Buckenham.

 

It was raining goals in 3A, in 4 of the 5 games. Top played bottom and it was the top that got the win, SNS beating Sporting Longdale Reserves 2-1.  Winfarthing scored 7 of the 9 goals against MC Rovers, Marcus McIerny with the MC Rovers goals. Second place now belongs to Hewett Old Boys after their 7-0 win against Mad Moose Reserves, Olly Dodds with a hat-trick, Jordan Youngs 2 and Jedd Ayigsi 2.  GAGA got back to winning ways in style, hitting 10 without reply against Westfield.  A midtable battle between Freethorpe and AFC Westlegate saw the away side take the points with a 6-2 win, Karl Spurdon 3, Steve Waple 2, and Ryan Paul scoring for AFC.

 

CEYMS continue to lead the way in 3B after winning 5-2 away to Hethersett Reserves.  CEYMS scorers were Mark Trett 2, Adam Boast, Aaron Briggs and David Taylor. Harleston U21 are chasing in second after a 2-0 against Barracks and Sprowston scored double figures beating Bunwell 12-1. Hellesdon were the highest scores scoring 13 in a 13-2 win against North Elmham. Blofield were winners against Gressenhall by 5 goals to 1 and Sporting Iceni visted East Tuddenham and came away with a 6-2 win.

 

In the Under 19’s there were wins for Norwich United (4-1) against Bulldogs and continue to top the table, Attleborough Town, 4-1 away at Scole, Long Stratton scored 7 of the 8 goals against Wymondham and Watton picked up their second win of the season beating Newton Flotman 2-1.

 

Marlborough were the big winners in the B league, beating top of the table Norman Wanderers 3-2, whilst Thorpe Village could manage a 2-2 draw against Blofield.  Easton are still looking for their first win of the season after going down 2-1 against Norwich United B and Old Catton moved 4 points ahead of their opponents, St Andrews, with a 2-1 win.

 

Only 3 games were played in the C section, and there were plenty of goals, 34 in total.  Drayton are 6 points clear, beating Aylsham 7-2.  Nikhil Ahuja came off the bench to score a hat-trick, Jack Dearden 2, Tobias Oliver and Joseph Welton scoring. North Walsam moved up to second with a 10-1 win against Swanton Morley and Litcham eased to a 13-1 win against Happisburgh Hammers.