FOOTBALL: Goals from Kevin Leggett and Alfie Tooke put Discovery Royals top of the North West Norfolk League table.
But their lead after a 2-1 win at Gayton United Reserves may be shortlived as they lead Lynn Napier by only a point from four games more.
Isaac Bloodworth scored for the hosts.
In Division Three, Denver came from 2-0 down to earn a deserved point in a 2-2 draw at Docking. Carl Meek and substitute Ashley Woodhouse put the hosts clear at half-time against Denver, who suffered an early setback when defender Ryan Hockton sustained a bad ankle injury, which saw him taken to hospital by ambulance. PKS Construction/Morris Armitage Man of the Match Ben Young came off the bench to score twice to save a point.
John Feltell, Joe Gowler and Craig Hilton got Marshland Saints Reserves’ goals in a 3-0 win at The Woottons Res.
West Lynn moved to within a point of top spot in Division Four with four games to go thanks to a 3-2 win against Pentney. Matt Garrod 2 and Neil Gotsell cancelled out a double from Andy Dixon.
Marshland Reserves eased up in the second half of their 9-0 win over Methwold Reserves. They struck seven times in the first half against a visiting side who have lost all 18 of their games. Jake Hopkisson hit six goals with Jake Gent, Matt Pack and Charlie Talmage completing the rout.
Lee Gardner 2 and Nathan Seaman earned East Winch a 3-1 win over Birchwood Reserves with Harry Sands grabbing the consolation.
Paul Phillips’ hat-trick set Birchwood on the way to a 6-0 win over Castle Rising in the Division One Cup. Rowan Smith 2 and Jason Brewer got the others. Meanwhile, Wes Auker 2, Sean Ely and Rikky Toll struck for Ingoldisthorpe in a 4-4 draw at Lynn Napier.
Methwold United were celebrating in the Division Two Cup thanks to James Langley’s solitary strike at Ingoldisthorpe Reserves. That was enough to earn them a double, only their second win of the season.
Sary Rahma and Stuart Tucker earned The Woottons a 2-2 draw at Hunstanton and Andy Leedell’s second-half goal was good enough to get Watlington a 1-1 draw at Snettisham.
Greyfriars held their nerve to earn a 5-4 penalty win after a 3-3 draw at River Lane in Division Three and Thornham went through 3-1 at Tilney.