Norton keep record intact

PUBLISHED: 10:16 17 September 2010 | UPDATED: 10:28 17 September 2010

Notley’s Lowestoft and District League round up

Notley’s Lowestoft and District League round up

IT may be just the second week of the new football season locally, but only three of the first division teams have their 100 per cent records intact.

They are Oxford Arms who opened their campaign with a solid 4-0 win against Gt Yarmouth Town Hall; Norton Athletic who hit five for the second week running, this time Corton White Horse Seltic were the victims in a 5-1 defeat, with Norton’s scorers being Steven Hak 2, Andy Green 2 and Ben Burcham and Hearts of Oak who picked up maximum points in a tight affair with Barsham which ended 3-2. Hearts scorers were Kirk Gowing, Jake Armes and Kris Atkinson.

Elswhere in the top division, Pot Black secured a good point in their 1-1 draw with Waveney. Scott Reynolds giving L’Orange the lead before Ray Winney hit back.

There was a high scoring affair between Pakefield Re-United and Blundeston Magpies with both sides taking a point after their 4-4 draw; while Kirkley and Pakefield A picked up their first points of the new season with a 2-0 home win over Corton and Ole Frank.

The second division sees four teams all on maximum points with Hopton leading the way following their 7-0 win against Beccles Caxton Reserves. Crusaders are second after a good 5-0 win against Lowestoft International.

Waveney Gunners have started the season well and followed up last week’s win at Ellingham with another victory this time 5-1 at Norton Athletic Reserves.

The sides were locked at 1-1 at the break with Norton’s Steve Nicol levelling the scores before the break.

Gunners came out on top though with two wonder goals putting them in the driving seat before adding two more late on. DK Consultants are also on maximum points with a fine 2-0 win at promoted Earsham.

Relegated Mutford & Wrentham were held to a goalless draw at Ellingham whilst Bungay Town A collected the first win by beating Telecom Rovers 3-1.

The third division also sees four teams on six points with Harleston Town Reserves heading the early table after their 4-0 win at Factory Arms.

Neil Harris’ Kirkley & Pakefield B team have had a fine start to the season and chalked up an 8-1 victory at Southwold Town Reserves.

Corton White Horse Seltic Reserves came back from Westhall with a 4-1 win whilst Marquis of Lorne won by the odd goal of seven at Blundeston Magpies Reserves.

FC Eastport have made a steady start and picked up their first three point return by winning 3-2 against Carlton Rangers. Mutford & Wrentham Reserves also won by the off goal of five against Royal Oak whilst Oxford Arms Reserves condemned Lowestoft Albion for another heavy defeat, this time 11-1.

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