Ceyms hit 14 while Hellesdon manager Chadwick plays the full 90

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

The top three in Norwich Sunday League Division 2B all recorded big wins at the weekend.

Jack Hurrell and Lewis McKerrell both hit four in Norwich Ceyms' 14-2 win over Sporting Iceni, whilst Hellesdon manager Martin Chadwick had to play a full 90 minutes as his side put six (Sam Chadwick 3, Liam Robinson, Connor Simpson, OG) past Barracks FC.

North Walsham hit seven as they won at FC Viking to remain 14 points behind Ceyms, but with four games in hand. Sprowston Athletic won by the odd goal in three against East Tuddenham and Harleston U21 came away from Bunwell with all three points after winning 3-1.

Woolpack continue to dominate 3A after a 5-1 win against AFC Norwich. Drayton Dazzlers will hope Woolpack slip up after their 3-1 (Ben Hughes 3) win against Nelson moved them into third place. Second-placed Marlborough scored double figures in a 10-1 win at home to Longdale Rovers Reserves. Norman Wanderers A slipped up, drawing 2-2 against Cotman and Eaton Park Corinthians will be delighted to have got their first points of the season, scoring six of the nine goals in their game with Woodton United.

In the Under 19 A division, Watton completed their season, and currently sit top of the table, with a 5-1 win against Swanton Morley. They now have to wait and hope Attleborough slip up in their remaining three games.

However, that looks unlikely on Sunday's showing after a 9-1 win against bottom-of-the-table Heigham Park. Long Stratton took the long trip to Reepham and came away with an 8-1 win, goals coming from James Bemrose (2), Callum Maloney (2), Max Sawyer (2), Caspar King and James Jordan.

Congratulations go to Aylsham Under 19s who took the B section title with a 5-2 home win over St Andrews.

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