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Youth football: Norfolk and Suffolk League round-up

PUBLISHED: 12:26 11 December 2015 | UPDATED: 12:26 11 December 2015

Some of the players who took part in the futsal.

Some of the players who took part in the futsal.

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Bungay Town moved top of under 10 Futsal, dislodging previous leaders Caister Roma, after the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League completed another 15 Futsal matches on Friday.

Some of the players who took part in the futsal.Some of the players who took part in the futsal.

On Sunday the under 9 Futsal also has a clear table-topper as the Royals of Kirkley and Pakefield have opened up a small lead at the top and with just one week to go both teams could be overtaken with a late surge. All will be revealed next weekend.

Two of the under 16 teams, Gorleston and Great Yarmouth Town, booked their passage through to the next round of the John Savage County Cup.

Great Yarmouth accounted for Gorleston Rangers Buzzards while Gorleston defeated Happisburgh 9-1.

The NSYFL also had three under 16 fixtures taken place in Division Two as FC Bradwell Spain stayed two points clear at the top after their 3-1 home win over the Snowleopards of Waveney,

Kirkley and Pakefield Dragons stay second also winning at home, defeating Blundeston Magpies 5-1 and there was a welcome point apiece for both Heigham Park Rangers and Loddon Grasshoppers after a 1-1 draw.

The Centurions of Caister Roma remain leaders of under 15 Division One after their 5-0 home win over the Falcons of Gorleston Rangers,

Kirkley and Pakefield Royals remain second after their 4-0 home win over the Pumas of Waveney.

There were two other league games in Division One and Kirkley and Pakefield Hurricanes and the Vikings of Hemsby both had good wins as both start their climb up the table.

Shrublands Reds enjoy a nine-point lead at the top of under 15 Division Two, returning home with the points from their match at Harleston.

Waveney Panthers stay second despite losing to Shrublands Whites and Waveney Cougars moved into third position after their home win over the Warriors of Hemsby. Freethorpe enjoyed adding three points after defeating Bohemians 2-1.

The Hornets of Beccles Town remain eight points clear and unbeaten at the top of under 14 Division One following their home win over the Royals of Kirkley and Pakefield.

Hemsby Hornets stay in second after their 2-1 defeat of Bohemians, and Blundeston Magpies United proved too strong for their own Pirates team who remain in third position three points behind Hemsby Hornets.

However, they also remain undefeated and have games in hand on the teams in front of them.

Gorleston Rangers were taking a break from league action at under 14 and progressed to the next round of the Stuart Dracup County Cup defeating Cromer Youth 7-2 at home.

Bungay Town remain out front in under 14 Division Two after returning home 2-1 winners at Sole Bay to open up a five-point lead.

Waveney Panthers slipped down to third after losing on their travels to the Warriors of Kirkley and Pakefield.

Gorleston Rangers Eagles claim second after their win over the Reds of Long Stratton, and it was goals galore in Kirkley and Pakefield Titans 8-5 away win at Martham.

Caister Roma still lead under 14 Division Three but were held at home 1-1 by the Wasps of Beccles Town who stay second, while the Bees of Beccles maintain third after returning home with three points from the Pumas of Waveney, and Stalham Town’s 2-1 win over FC Bradwell Brazil sees both clubs share fourth.

The under 7 Christmas cracker event will be on Sunday, December 20, but with very limited spaces available.

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