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PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:32 05 July 2010

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

DESPITE the bad weather during the week all bar one of the fixtures were played this week and with all the usual suspects picking up points there are few changes to the league standings as the league enters the final third of the season.

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

DESPITE the bad weather during the week all bar one of the fixtures were played this week and with all the usual suspects picking up points there are few changes to the league standings as the league enters the final third of the season.

In the third division leaders Town Hall travelled to 100pc side Suffolk Punch and that record was ended as Town Hall netted a last minute goal to take a share of the spoils 1-1.

It's surely these two sides battling for the title as Harleston Town Reserves slipped to a 2-0 defeat against neighbours Earsham.

Lake Lothing's form has picked up of late and they ran out 6-3 winners against Kirkley & Pakefield B to remain fourth ahead of Waveney A who defeated White Horse Seltic Reserves 4-1.

Bottom side Factory Arms were leading 2-0 at Marquis of Lorne but the home side hit back with four goals to win 4-2.

Finally there were no goals in the Magpies Reserves against Westhall match.

The big result in the second division saw Ole Frank crash to a 4-0 reversal at Norton Athletic Reserves whose goals came through braces for Gary Crisp and Sean Higginbotham.

Hopton White Hart split the sides following their crazy 6-5 win at Crusaders while Pakefield Re-United stay in touch after their narrow 2-1 win at Lowestoft International.

Ellingham move out of the bottom two following their 3-2 win against Corton A while Waveney Gunners now take their place as they slipped to a single goal defeat at leaders White Horse Seltic.

The biggest winners of the day were Bungay Town A who won 10-1 at basement side Oxford Arms Reserves while Tudor FC edged past Oulton Broad & Notley's Reserves 3-2.

The first division saw the top three all win without conceding a goal.

The best result goes to Pot Black who came back from Spexhall with a 2-0 win.

Hearts of Oak managed one more as they defeated an improved Barsham 3-0 with a hat-trick for Jonny Williams whilst Norton Athletic hit four at Oxford Arms and struck the post or bar a further three times.

Caxton Reserves who have improved in recent weeks won a seven goal thriller at Kirkley & Pakefield A 4-3 while Wrentham thrashed Blundeston Magpies 8-2.

During the week the KO Cup and John Moore Shield draws took place.

KO Cup quarter-final draw: Norton Athletic Res v Beccles Caxton Res, Hearts of Oak v Spexhall, Pot Black v Blundeston Magpies or White Horse Seltic and Waveney Res v Barsham.

John Moore Shield semi-final draw:

Spexhall Res/Gt Yarmouth Town Hall v Westhall/Harleston Res, & Suffolk Punch/Waveney A v Kirkley & Pakefield B/Lake Lothing.

Ties to be played in March.

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