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Picture gallery: Notley's Lowestoft and District League round up

PUBLISHED: 10:13 18 February 2011 | UPDATED: 10:13 18 February 2011

THERE'S good news this week that Hopton FC from the second division have reached the Norfolk Primary Cup final after beating Tugus United 4-2.

They will meet Belton United from the Great Yarmouth League in the final.

Moving onto league affairs and after putting themselves back in the title race last week, Hearts of Oak undid their good work as they were beaten 2-0 by a well drilled Pot Black side who continue their fine form.

Leaders Oxford Arms picked up three points following their 5-1 win over Great Yarmouth Town Hall and currently remain eight points clear of Waveney Reserves who beat Pakefield Re-United thanks to hat-tricks from Ray Winney and Ian Hunter, with Paul Hunter netting the other.

Norton Athletic remain in third and also had two hat-trick heroes in their 10-2 win against bottom side Corton White Horse Seltic. Steven Hak and Rory Spinks netted three apiece with Andy Green, Dan Blewitt, Chris Smith and Danny Green also on the score sheet.

Blundeston Magpies are having a good season and this week they recorded a 3-0 win at Barsham whilst the game between Kirkley A and Spexhall was postponed.

DK Consultants look certain to walk away with the second division title as they continued their march with a 5-3 win against Mutford & Wrentham.

Waveney Gunners’ slump goes on as they were beaten 4-1 at Bungay Town A who are looking for a promotion spot, currently sitting in second.

Crusaders and Earsham shared four goals in their mid-table clash whilst Spexhall Reserves 6-0 win over bottom side Ellingham see them up to fourth place.

The big relegation clash at Denes HS resulted in a narrow 1-0 win for Waveney A against Norton Athletic Reserves whilst Beccles Caxton Reserves v Lowestoft International fell victim to the rain.

Corton White Horse Seltic continue to set the pace in the third division this time winning 3-2 against Blundeston Magpies Reserves.

Mutford and Wrentham Reserves remain in second following their 3-1 win at Royal Oak.

FC Eastport are third after beating Westhall 7-2. Elsewhere there were wins for Factory Arms, 5-2 against Southwold Town Reserves and Kirkley and Pakefield B, 3-1 at Oxford Arms Reserves while bottom side Lowestoft Albion went down to a 14-0 defeat against Harleston Town Reserves.

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