Gorleston Reserves stay top despite dropping points

PUBLISHED: 10:26 07 April 2017

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant

Diss Town have a new manager. Picture: Archant


Gorleston Reserves had a surprise goalless draw at Bungay Reserves but remain top of the league on goal difference.

Tomorrow they entertain Dersingham Rovers Reserves (2.30pm) before travelling to play North Walsham Reserves on Tuesday (7.30pm).

Gorleston U-18s take on their counterparts from Wroxham at Emerald Park next Thursday (7.45pm).

Gorleston Ladies, following victory at the weekend, secured their league title with four games to go.

In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League Hemsby have been promoted to Division One after winning 3-0 at Memphis Belton with goals from Barrett, Miller and Pinheiro. Windmill Reserves kept up their charge towards the title with a 10-0 victory away to True Traders. The Flying Dutchman won 9-3 at Real Ale Madrid. In the Division One League Cup semi-finals Windmill beat Wheelwrights 14-1 and El Sol won 3-0 at Bohemians Reserves.

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