Hearts go on goal blitz
It's as you were at the top of all three Notley's Lowestoft and District League divisions as the top two in each all collected three points. In the first division, leaders Hearts of Oak went on the rampage as they scored a goal every five minutes as they raced to an 18-0 demolition of Sole Bay United Reserves.
It's as you were at the top of all three Notley's Lowestoft and District League divisions as the top two in each all collected three points.
In the first division, leaders Hearts of Oak went on the rampage as they scored a goal every five minutes as they raced to an 18-0 demolition of Sole Bay United Reserves.
This included four players hitting hat-tricks. Jonny Williams helped himself to four, Micki Williams, Luke Falliaze and Barry Teasedale hat-tricks, Fisher two and single strikes from Atkinson, Taylor and Humphries.
Nearest challengers Norton Athletic had a tricky looking tie at third-placed Kirkley and Pakefield A.
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On the main Walmer Road pitch, however, they produced a solid display to take the points with two stunning second half goals.
Andy Green opened the scoring from 30 yards with an arrowing drive and Ryan Hills headed home following great build-up play from Carl Cooper.
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The defeat sees Kirkley drop to sixth place.
The new occupiers of third place are Wrentham who edged past Waveney 2-1 while Spexhall are now fourth following their comfortable 6-0 win over Oxford Arms.
Pot Black on the back of six straight victories had to settle for a point as they were held 1-1 by CDS Waveney.
The second division saw Hearts of Oak complete a quick double over Ellingham, this time winning 6-2. Barsham remain a point adrift as they won 3-0 at Crusaders.
However, Blundeston Magpies' challenge took a dent as they went down to a goal in each half at Norton Athletic Reserves. Chris Morris and Simon Tarver were on target for the village side.
Royal Standard gained a good 6-2 win over an inconsistent Pakefield Re-United while Caxton Reserves keep in with a sniff of promotion as they netted a 2-0 victory over mid table Waveney Gunners.
Clubs are also reminded that Suffolk Punch have been forced to withdraw and as such all records have been deleted.
The top two in the third division both netted victories as Ole Frank saw off Earsham 2-1 and Hopton White Hart defeated basement side Factory Arms 6-0 at Dip Farm.
Blundeston Plough stay a point ahead of Hopton albeit from a game more as they won 2-1 at Marquis of Lorne.
Bungay Town A's fine form continued as they won 4-0 at Oxford Arms Reserves.
LIFC scored the only goal in their fixture with Spexhall whom they overtake into fifth place and the basement clash between CDS Waveney Reserves and Westhall 2007 ended all square at 2-2.