Redgate Rangers’ Danny Jezeph battles with a Watton defender.

A seven-goal blast from Isaac Bloodworth helped Gayton United rattle up a 13-1 victory over Thorpe Village in Division Four of the Anglian Combination.

Chez Rust weighed in with four and there was one each from Josh Rowe and Joseph Malby as United made it three wins from three to lead the way in the
early-season table.

Feltwell United struck a second-half winner to take the points at home to St Andrews Reserves after being held 2-2 at half-time. Jake Bogle, James Puttock and Graham Peckham were the home scorers.

Alan Cook struck twice with a screamer from Pete Sinclair and a debut strike for Harley Hollis securing Dersingham Rovers Reserves a 4-1 win at Wymondham Town Reserves.

A second-half recovery was not enough to save Downham Town Reserves in Division Three. They trailled 3-0 to Long Stratton Reserves but hit back before going down 4-2. Kyle Dyer and Zak Merrishaw were their scorers.

Redgate Rangers conceded the only goal in the last minute of their game at home to Watton United to end a 39-match unbeaten run, their first Anglian Combination home defeat since joining the league in 2012.

In the Premier Division, Dersingham went down 1-0 at Cromer Town on Tuesday.

Denver warmed-up for their North West Norfolk League season with a 7-2 win against West Lynn to complete their pre-season programme unbeaten.

Matthew Wolfe 3, Aidan Hood, Billie Lawson, Callum Cottey, Ben Young scored for Denver.