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Hearts of Oak sit top of the tree

PUBLISHED: 07:00 24 December 2008 | UPDATED: 22:05 05 July 2010

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

HEARTS of Oak sit top of the first division with a seven-point advantage following their 6-1 victory at Blundeston Magpies, which saw Kirk Gowing fire another hat-trick.

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

HEARTS of Oak sit top of the first division with a seven-point advantage following their 6-1 victory at Blundeston Magpies, which saw Kirk Gowing fire another hat-trick.

Norton Athletic are the team in second although they do have a game in hand as they needed an own goal to defeat Barsham 3-2 for the second time his season. Ryan Hills netted the other two goals.

Pot Black, who are having a fine season, are up to fourth place following their 4-0 win against Sole Bay United Reserves who slip back to the foot of the table following Caxton Reserves 3-2 win at Oxford Arms.

The match between Spexhall and Waveney Reserves ended all square at 2-2.

Wrentham finally played their Suffolk Junior cup tie at Keddington but bowed out 3-2.

There's no change in the second division as the top two both won.

Ole Frank recorded a 16-1 win at bottom side Oxford Arms Reserves whilst leaders White Horse Seltic had to work hard for their 2-1 win against Lowestoft International.

Norton Athletic Reserves are now third following their 2-1 win at Oulton Broad & Notley's Reserves with Paul Martin grabbing the late winner.

They are joined on 19 points by Pakefield Re-United who beat Tudor FC 3-2, Bungay Town A who beat Crusaders 2-1 and Hopton White Hart who recorded a fine 4-1 win against Ellingham.

Waveney Gunners are out of the bottom two following their 6-3 success against Corton A.

In the third division Gt Yarmouth Town Hall hit White Horse Seltic Reserves for 10 while Suffolk Punch maintained the league's only perfect record with a 2-0 win against Lake Lothing.

Harleston Town Reserves lose ground after being held 2-2 by Spexhall Reserves who are leapfrogged by Earsham after they won a seven goal thriller at Kirkley & Pakefield B.

Blundeston Magpies Reserves won their second game in defeating Factory Arms 5-1 whilst finally Waveney A came back from Westhall with a 3-0 victory.

The league would like to wish all clubs, players and followers a Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year.


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