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PUBLISHED: 10:36 16 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:54 01 August 2010

Jack Frost put paid to any hopes the Notley's Lowestoft League had of completing the second round of the Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup as all bar two of the scheduled fixtures were postponed because of frozen pitches.

Jack Frost put paid to any hopes the Notley's Lowestoft League had of completing the second round of the Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup as all bar two of the scheduled fixtures were postponed because of frozen pitches.

This included all scheduled league games.

The two games to beat the freeze were at Hopton, where second division Hopton White Hart took first division Waveney Reserves to extra time following a 2-2 scoreline at 90 minutes, but following an incredible six goals in extra time, it was the visitors who progressed into the last eight. They will be joined by Spexhall who defeated second division Tudor 4-2 at Benjamin Britten High School.

All the remaining cup games will now be rescheduled for February.

Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup, second round: Hopton White Hart 4, Waveney Res 6 (aet), Tudor FC 2, Spexhall 4. Barsham v Bungay Town A, Blundeston Magpies v White Horse Seltic, Hearts of Oak v LIFC, Norton Ath v Beccles Caxton Res, Oxford Arms v Norton Ath Res, Pot Black v Pakefield Re-United all postponed.

Division One: Wrentham v Kirkley and Pakefield A postponed.

Division Two: Corton A v Crusaders, Oxford Arms Res v Ole Frank, Waveney Gunners v Oulton Broad and Notleys Res all postponed.

Division Three: Blundeston Magpies Res v Factory Arms, Corton White Horse Seltic Res v Lake Lothing, Earsham v Harleston Town Res, Gt Yarmouth Town Hall v Westhall, Kirkley and Pakefield B v Marquis of Lorne, Spexhall Res v Suffolk Punch all postponed.


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