Castle Acre Swifts cemented their place at the top of the Crown Fire Central & South Norfolk League with a crushing 7-3 victory over second-placed Swaffham Town A.
Four-goal Daniel King led the way with Josh Carlton 2 and Jason Fell completing the haul.
Stoke Ferry lost their unbeaten Division Two record with Saham Toney Reserves coming out on top by the odd goal of five to bring an end to the visitors’ nine-match unbroken start to the season.
Mark Smith opened the scoring after 15 minutes and things looked good for Ferry when Andrew Carter made it 2-0 midway through the second half.
But the hosts hit back to score three times in the last 20 minutes on a pitch cutting up badly after torrential rain throughout the match.
Narborough looked on course for a shock when they led 2-0 at leaders Nostro but they were overhauled to go down 4-2.
A free-kick from Ray Harrison and a strike from Ryan Williams put Boro clear. They conceded one goal before half-time and then fell asleep at two key moments as Nostro hit back for victory.
The league’s last remaining unbeaten record remains intact after Marham Wanderers saw off Attleborough Town A 7-4 in Division Three.
Stephen Webb struck a hat-trick and Shane Hughes and Tom Cairns notched a brace apiece to make it 10 games without defeat.
Feltwell United Reserves’ game at North Pickenham was abandoned after 27 minutes due to bad weather.
Ryan Jackson scored Narborough Reserves’ consolation goal in a 5-1 home defeat for the league’s bottom-placed club at home to Shipdham Reserves in Division Four.
In the last group match in the Fen Regis Invitation Shield, Castle Acre Swifts Reserves won 4-3 at Scarning United Reserves to reach the semi-finals.
Goals from Tom Gibbs, Jason White, Mark Grummett, Aaron Pitt earned a two-legged last-four meeting with Tacolneston Reserves. They are away on January 25 with the home leg a week later. The other semi pairs Shipdham Reserves and Gressenhall Reserves.