FOOTBALL: Two goals from Jamie-Lee Flores earned Bishops Lynn a 2-2 draw at Birchwood in Division One of the North West Norfolk League.
But that was not enough to stop the hosts moving into top spot in the table, courtesy of strikes from Gary Halliday and Bradley Wilson.
The Woottons moved off the bottom of the table thanks to a 2-1 win over new wooden-spoonists Hunstanton.
Les Barry and Jan Lawrence netted for the home team, with substitute Paul Lough replying.
Match of the day came at Castle Rising, where the hosts hit back from 3-1 down at half-time to beat Clenchwarton 5-4.
Mark Sainty grabbed a treble for the visitors with Dion Evans scoring twice for Rising.
Kieran Herbert scored all three goals for Ingoldisthorpe without reply from River Lane Rangers, while honours finished even in the other two matches.
Redgate Rangers Reserves shared six goals with Thornham and West Lynn were held 2-2 at home by Heacham Reserves.
Jonathan Berry and Gary Cotton traded braces in the first match, while all the goals came in the second half at West Lynn, where home scorer Ben Swales was sent off .
In Division Two, a second-half effort from Kennedy Rushton was all Snettisham could muster at Marshland Saints but it was enough to claim victory and open a nine-point gap at the top of the table.
Tom Peel struck twice as Watlington chalked up their second win of the season, seeing off Gayton United A 3-1.
Jake Fenn also found the net, with Mark Whatley responding after the break.
Last season’s Division Two League Cup finalists Denver cruised into the semi-finals this time round with an 8-0 romp against Hunstanton Reserves.
Captain Ciaran Pennock-Halpin started the rout after 11 minutes when he got on the end of Matty Willis’ corner to score before Marcus Cumberbatch completed a 20-minute hat-trick.
Denver continued to dominate after the break with Calum Clark and Jamie Plummer opening their season’s account before Willis produced two superb finishes to conclude proceedings.
Danny Clarke was the PKS Construction/Morris Armitage Denver man of the match.
Pentney were the day’s top scorers, with a 10-1 rout of Birchwood Reserves.
Matt Marshall led the way with a treble and there were braces for Liam Jarman and Jack Rake, with Simon Mace and Declan Minns mopping things up.
It was much closer at South Creake, where Ingoldisthorpe Reserves gained progress 4-3 on penalties after the match had finished all square at 3-3.
Docking also went into the last four thanks to a 4-0 win over Heacham A with Tom Pettigrew netting twice.
λ Marham Wanderers failed to stop Tacolneston’s storing start to the Barnes Print Central & South Norfolk League season, going down 2-0.
In Division Two, Castle Acre Swifts Reserves hit a nap-hand to see off Bowthorpe Rovers 5-1 with Craig Warnes, Tony Chapman, Jason White (penalty), Karl Harrison and Jack Pinner all on the scoresheet.
There was good news in Division Three, where Narborough Reserves got off the mark with a 3-1 success at Shipdham Reserves to chalk up their first points of the season.
Jack George was the visitors’ hero, rattling home all three goals.