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Wrentham sitting pretty

PUBLISHED: 08:00 19 September 2008 | UPDATED: 21:19 05 July 2010

Notley's Lowestoft and District League round-up

THE early leaders in the first division are Wrentham who went nap for the second week running, this time beating Caxton Reserves 5-1 with makeshift striker Ricci Reade helping himself to two goals.

Notley's Lowestoft and District League round-up

THE early leaders in the first division are Wrentham who went nap for the second week running, this time beating Caxton Reserves 5-1 with makeshift striker Ricci Reade helping himself to two goals.

Norton Athletic are second after easing to a 4-0 success over Blundeston Magpies where Ryan Hills, Paul Harriman, Kevin Briers and Chris Smith were on target whilst Kirkley and Pakefield are the other team on maximum points as they condemned Barsham to their second 3-2 defeat.

Luke Faliaze is on fire for FC Hearts as his second brace helped them to a high scoring 6-4 victory over Waveney Reserves for whom Ray Winney hit a hat-trick.

Champions Hearts of Oak slipped to a disappointing 1-1 draw at Pot Black who are captained by ex-player Darren Boyd.

The game at Spexhall was off.

Hopton White Hart are the early pacesetters in the second division as they rammed in eight goals against a severely depleted Norton Reserves side who were missing six of their regular players. Hot on their heels are Crusaders who had a smashing 7-1 win at Tudor FC.

Corton A are sitting in third after netting a point in their 2-2 draw at Pakefield Re-United. The table then shows seven teams all sitting on one win, one loss.

Bungay Town A netted their first win 3-1 over Waveney Gunners whilst Ellingham went three goals better in defeating Oulton Broad and Notley's Reserves 6-1. LIFC earned the points with a narrow 2-1 win at Oxford Arms Reserves and Ole Frank won by the same score line at White Horse Seltic.

The third division is headed by the strong looking Great Yarmouth Town Hall who smashed in 13 goals against Blundeston Magpies Reserves winning 13-1.

Suffolk Punch move into second place after a 2-0 win at Waveney A.

Marquis of Lorne and Factory Arms both picked up their first wins, Marquis scoring the only goal in beating Corton White Horse Seltic and Factory racking up a 4-0 success against Earsham.

Harleston Town Reserves beat Westhall 5-1.

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