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Top clash marred by injury

PUBLISHED: 08:03 30 January 2009 | UPDATED: 22:18 05 July 2010

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

THIS week's top game was at Norton Subcourse where the league's top two sides - Hearts of Oak and Norton - were due to meet.

Notley's Lowestoft & District League round-up

THIS week's top game was at Norton Subcourse where the league's top two sides - Hearts of Oak and Norton - were due to meet.

However for the second time this season, the game was abandoned due to a nasty injury to Norton's Tom Hudson, which required an ambulance.

Only seven minutes were played with Norton winning 1-0 at the time.

Pot Black took advantage of the abandonment to move into second place as they netted a late winner through debutant Vinny Terry to win 2-1 at Kirkley & Pakefield A.

FC Hearts go above Norton on goal difference following their fine 5-2 win at Spexhall and with games against Hearts of Oak and Norton in the next two weeks their destiny for the rest of the season will become much clearer.

Wrentham bounced back from lasts week's defeat to beat Oxford Arms 3-1 whilst Waveney Reserves also collected the three points by beating bottom side Sole Bay United Reserves 6-0.

The final match in the division was the local derby at Beccles where a strengthened Caxton Reserves side went down 3-1 to Barsham.

The second division sees White Horse Seltic move six points clear of Ole Frank as they beat Pakfield Re-United 4-1.

Hopton White Hart are now sitting in fourth place following their 4-1 win against Tudor.

Crusaders move up the table after their 2-0 win against Oulton Broad & Notley's Reserves.

There was a seven goal thriller at Corton where Corton A defeated Bungay Town A 4-3 whilst Waveney Gunners' emphatic 9-1 win at Ellingham sees them leapfrog a place over their opponents in the league table.

Lowestoft International eased to the three points against Oxford Arms Reserves where they ran out 6-1 winners.

In the Norfolk Primary Cup, Norton Athletic Reserves involvement ended as they slumped to a 4-2 reverse at GY Albion despite holding a 2-1 lead early in the second half.

The top three in the third division have opened up a 14 point gap between third and fourth as they all won again.

Leaders Town Hall narrowly defeated Kirkley & Pakefield B 2-1 whilst Suffolk Punch saw off an in-form Waveney A 3-0 to preserve their maximum points record for the season to date.

Harleston Town Reserves went nap at Marquis of Lorne winning 5-0.

Lake Lothing are now fourth following their fine 3-2 success against Spexhall Reserves.

The remaining games in the division both ended in stalemates as White Horse Seltic Reserves and Earsham drew 1-1 and Factory Arms and Westhall ended 2-2.

TABLES

Division One

PWDLGDPts

Hearts of Oak1311115434

Pot Black138411928

FC Hearts139042227

Norton Athletic129031627

Wrentham106221620

Blundeston Magpies13625-820

Kirkley & Pakefield A13616519

Waveney Res13427-314

Spexhall12345113

Barsham12237-149

Caxton Res11308-216*

Oxford Arms141112-564

Solebay United Res13229-312*

Division Two

White Horse Seltic1312015236

Ole Frank1310033730

Norton Athletic Res118121825

Hopton White Hart12813625

Pakefield Re-United13814625

Crusaders138052024

Bungay A16718022

OB& Notleys Res14608-1118

Lowestoft Int14617-216*

Corton A14419-1113

Wav Gunners13409012

Ellingham13409-1412

Tudor133010-189

Oxford Arms Res121011-833

Division Three

GY Town Hall1412116637

Suffolk Punch 20081212004436

Harleston Res1411123434

Lake Lothing13625320

Waveney A15726120*

Spexhall Res15627-1020

Earsham14635818*

K & Pakefield B13508015

Marquis Lorne12435-615

Westhall 200713328-2011

WH Seltic Res153210-3211

Blund Magpies Res13238-256*

Factory Arms151113-634

* adjustments made.


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