Schoolhouse hit Bungay for seven
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With only three games played in the Premier League, Schoolhouse took full advantage of Acle Rangers and Riverside Rovers being out of action by going top with a 7-2 win at Bungay Town.
Rhys Logan (2), Joel Brien, Josh Bull, Chris Hall, Ben Watson and James Slater all scored for Schoolhouse.
Poringland leapfrogged Horsford with an impressive 6-1 win (Ben Fowkes 2, Matt Daynes, Chris Lay, Sam Rose, Andy Skipper) and Farmhouse picked up their first win of the season, with Rob Warminger and Matt Plumstead scoring as they beat Trimingham Pilgrims 2-1.
The top three in Division One were all held to draws. The Middle Green continue to lead the way, sharing four goals away at Phoenix, whilst second-placed Sporting Longdale travelled to third-placed Brooke and shared six goals.
The bottom two played each other with Norman Wanderers Reserves getting their first win of the season, beating Rose Athletic 3-1, Jack Roberts scoring for Rose Athletic. In the division's other game, Hellesdon scored three of the four goals at home to Aslacton to move them up to fifth in the table.
Mischief still lead the way in Division Two after beating Mad Moose 4-2. Chris Holmes and Liam Moriaty both hit four as Woolpack banged in 10 against Sprowston Ath Wildcats, but will be disappointed not to keep a clean sheet. Drayton Dazzlers continue to impress with their 100pc league record, this time travelling to Briston and coming away with a 9-3 victory. Goals from Adam Waters and Stephen White couldn't stop Hethersett Athletic slipping to a 4-2 defeat at Barracks.
There was a full programme of fixtures in Division Three, with all 12 teams in action. The top three all lost, with Brooke Reserves going down 6-3 to DCS Rapid, Silver Fox losing 1-0 to an Ashley Land goal for MC Rovers and Norman Wanderers A going down to a Harrison Tooley hat-trick for a resurgent Acle Rangers Reserves, 3-1. East Tuddenham left Hempnall empty-handed, losing 3-1 with Jamie Ellis, Callum Reynolds and Ashley Taylor scoring for the home side. Newsman Celtic's poor run of form continued as Dynamo moved above them, Adam Preston scoring twice in a 2-0 win.
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AFC Norwich returned the top of Division Four with a 6-2 (Jordan Hunt 2, Callum Gamble, Luke Perry, James Wheeler 2) at home to Eaton Park Corinthians.
John Corcoran (2), Jack Jenkins, Samuel Meakins and Ethan Russell scored for Nelson's Athletic in a good 5-2 win against third-placed FC Viking. Sporting Iceni beat Woodton United 3-0, Nelson Joel, Stuart Brookshaw and Liam Tanner scoring.
There were 23 goals in four Under 19s games. The top two met at Old Catton with Long Stratton winning 4-2. James Bemrose, with a hat-trick, and Braden Whiting scored for Long Stratton. Scole also moved above Old Catton after scoring five (Callum Boulter 2, Harry Brookes, Kieran Manning, Luke Gould) against Mulbarton. Four goals from Max Ingrey were the highlight as Hellesdon beat luckless Heigham Park Rangers 6-1. Joseph Blaxall scored for the home side, and Hethersett Ath won 4-1 at Acle Rangers (Harry Denny 2, Oli Hudson-Church and Sam Hanner).