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Oulton Broad win 11-goal thriller to march on at top

PUBLISHED: 08:49 08 December 2017

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In the Lowestoft & District Saturday league sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising D Oulton Broad lead Division One after beating Norton 7-4.

Second-placed Mutford & Wrentham beat Stanford FC 5-4 away from home, S Clay scored a hat-trick for Stanford while Bayfield was also on target.

Oxford Arms lie in third place after a 5-1 win at Barsham while Southwold are in fifth place after beating Kirkley & Pakefield A on the Common.

In Division Two the top three teams were involved in county cup games which gave Hopton the opportunity to close the gap by beating Earsham Reserves away 3-1. Norton Reserves beat Crusaders 4-0 thanks to goals from Cossy, Raven, Grieves and Spinlove.

In Division Three Celt Rangers continue to set the pace with a 9-0 win over Mill Lane Reserves whom they face in the next round of the Norfolk Primary Cup.

Second-placed Mariners beat Mutford Reserves 3-1 away from home while third place East Coast beat Loddon Reserves 4-2 with goals from Cross (2), Davey and Hart. Redwood beat bottom club Hawthorn United 3-1 away.

In the county cups Ellingham beat Weeting FC away 3-2 with T Eincker, N Eincker and Warboys getting a goal each in the Norfolk Primary Cup.

In the Suffolk County Primary Cup Kirkley & Pakefield B beat Saxmundham Sports Reserves 11-0 with it being 10-0 at half-time, Fitzgerald, Mills and Graham getting a hat-trick each.

Spexhall Reserves against Wickham Market Reserves will be played on December 16 as the game was postponed at the weekend due to a waterlogged pitch.

In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League sponsored by Ashton Shaw it was KO cup action last week.

True Traders won at home to Wheelwrights 4-1 with Traders’ goals coming from Luke Watson (2), Nathan Kemp and Darrell Hatchett. Wheelwrights’ scorer was Elliot Hannant.

Fusileers overcame Real Ale Madrid 5-2. Craig James netted a brace and the other goals came from Roberto Sacrimento, Fernando Vide and Valericano Araujo Da Costa. Windmill won 7-0 at Waveney, El Sol beat Memphis Belton 9-0 and the Flying Dutchman received a walk over. Quarter-finals: Bohemians v AC Mill Lane, True Traders v Hemsby Res, Flying Dutchman v Fusileers, Windmill v El Sol.

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