With Schoolhouse out of action Woolpack had the chance to go top of the Prem however Middle Green took the 3 points in a excellent 3-2 victory. Acle continued their good run of form beating Phoenix 2-1 thanks to goals from Elliot Atlay and Aaron Sanders. The final game in the Prem saw 2 of last season’s promoted sides go head to head, Mischief hosting Aslacton and it was the home side, thanks to goals from Oliver Johnson 2 and Theo Chamberlin, that took the 3 points, winning 3-2
In Div 1, all 4 home sides scored 4 goals. Top of the table Silver Fox struggled to overcome 10 men Vale Longo (love it when people don’t turn up), but after going a goal behind they struck back to win 4-1. Harvey Harwood 2, Ben Colk and Ali Zandi all scored as AFC kept up the pressure at the top of the table beating FC Viking 4-1. MC Rovers picked up their first 3 points since the first game of the season in beating DCS Rapid, also 4-1. Hethersett travel to Bungay but couldn’t stop the home side scoring 4 through James Holden 2 and Patrick Hudson 2 in a 4-0 win
Eaton returned to the top of the Div 2 table (with Aylsham and Easton not playing), wining 2-1 away at Acle Reserves, Lewis Ellis with both goals. Norman Wanderers A scored 5 of the 7 goals in their win at home to Barracks. Hethersett Reserves and East Tuddenham had a close game and it was the home side who picked up the 3 points, winning 2-1 thanks to goals from Matthew Pummell and Jamie Wright. AG Athletic and Newsman Celtic had to settle for a point a piece in their 1-1 draw.
It’s 7 wins from 7 now for William IV after they scored 6 or the 7 goals against Cringleford, Thomas Blanch with a hattrick, Connor Delaney, Jack Mason and Jordan Carroll scoring. Moose Park Rangers are 2nd, level on points (but have played a game more and 25 goals behind) after beating bottom of the table FC Viking Reserves 5-2. A hattrick from James Bemrose and further goals from James Daniels, George Macrae and Ewan Chamberlain saw Long Stratton get back to winning ways with a 6-0 win against Eaton Park Corinthians. Earsham went on the goal hunt and found 8 and scoreless Woodton to move them up to 4th. Old Catton won by the odd goal in 5 against Sporting Rackheath thanks to a brace from Luke Graver and a Lewis Render goal.
It was goals galore again in div 4 with 30 goals in the 3 games played. Tavern Old Boys won 10-0 against Sprowston United, Felthorpe scored 8 or the 12 against Eaton Beehive Reserves and Yelverton won by 6 goals to 2 against Salhouse