Notley's League latest
In the Notley's Lowestoft and District League, with just a couple of games to be completed all the domestic issues have now been decided.On Friday night Hearts of Oak completed their second successive double as they won the Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup final 3-2 at Crown Meadow, Lowestoft in a close game with Waveney Reserves.
In the Notley's Lowestoft and District League, with just a couple of games to be completed all the domestic issues have now been decided.
On Friday night Hearts of Oak completed their second successive double as they won the Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup final 3-2 at Crown Meadow, Lowestoft in a close game with Waveney Reserves.
All the league issues were already resolved with runners up Pot Black signing off with a 4-0 midweek win at third-placed Norton and a final day 3-0 win at Caxton Reserves and the two clean sheets helping them to the best defensive record in the entire league.
Spexhall's final day 9-0 rout at FC Hearts sees them finish the season in fifth place as they pip Wrentham on goal difference following their 3-3 draw at Barsham who finish comfortable in mid-table.
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Oxford Arms netted a final point against Blundeston Magpies after their 1-1 draw.
The second division saw a midweek defeat for champions White Horse Seltic as they crashed 5-2 to Norton Reserves, but they bounced back on Saturday winning 3-2 in their derby with Corton A. Ole Frank will finish as runners-up as they got the win they needed 5-1 at Hopton White Hart and Norton Reserves will finish third in what has been a good season for them.
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Ellingham will stay in the division as they won 3-1 at Tudor FC a result that sends Waveney Gunners to the third division whilst Pakefield Re-United signed off with a good 5-2 win against Crusaders as they finish fourth and sixth respectively.
The third division was settled a couple of weeks ago and champions Suffolk Punch ended with a 4-1 win against Kirkley and Pakefield B to finish seven points clear of Town Hall.
Harleston Town Reserves netted the point they needed to secure third as they drew 1-1 at Spexhall Reserves whilst Lake Lothing completed a good season by winning 5-1 against Marquis of Lorne to finish fourth.
If you are a new club interested in joining the league then please call Secretary Mike Johnson on 01502 565 518
Results (April 29 and May 2)
Division One: Barsham 3, Wrentham 3; Beccles Caxton Res 0, Pot Black 3; FC Hearts 0, Spexhall 9; Norton Ath 0, Pot Black 4; Oxford Arms 1, Blundeston Magpies 1.
Division Two: Corton White Horse Seltic 3, Corton A 2; Ellingham 3, Tudor FC 1; Hopton White Hart 1, Ole Frank 5; Norton Ath Res 5, Corton White Horse Seltic 2; Pakefield Re-United 5, Crusaders 2.
Division Three: Lake Lothing 5, Marquis of Lorne 1; Spexhall Res 1, Harleston Town Res 1; Suffolk Punch 4, Kirkley and Pakefield B 1.
Brighty Driving Tuition KO Cup Final: Hearts of Oak 3, Waveney Res 2.