Brown hits four penalties in 11-1 win for Howards

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In Division One, Rickinghall entertained Gym Utd with the visitors managing a narrow 2-1 victory.

Moulton travelled to play Bennet Arms but both teams had to settle for a point in a 3-3 encounter.

Howards were the visitors at Tostock, who were playing their first match in this division after a few years out. But it was an unfortunate first-time return as the hosts took the points with an 11-1 thrashing. The pick of the goals were a hat-trick for Ian Bloomfield and four successful penalties taken by Will Brown.

Another promoted club, Stow Excelsior, hosted Ixworth, who scored four without reply.

Two matches were played in Division Two. Jack Foreman claimed both goals for Cock Inn in their 2-1 victory over AFC Hardwick.

Rattlesden travelled to play Bury Bowl, the hosts scored through Lee Sayer, John Nice, Dean Warren and Ryan McLees for the points in the 4-2 win.

In Division Three, Euston hosted Westbury and shared the spoils following a 2-2 draw.

Atec 2011 entertained Garboldisham at Ixworth. Both of these new clubs to the league were looking for their first points, but they went to Gardboldisham who won 3-2.

Cockfield hosted Eastbury, the hosts clinched the points with a 4-1 victory.

Rougham were the visitors to Buxhall, who went on a scoring spree with an 8-0 win. James Hawkins and Matt Chaplin both scored doubles and there were goals for Steven Shave, Robert Harvey, Joe Allum and Steven Allum.

In Division Four, Lakenheath hosted Minden Rose, both teams scored twice for a point apiece.

Mildenhall High Town travelled to play Abbotts and came away with the points following a 4-1 victory while Walsham claimed all three points with a 3-1 win at Deers Leap, their second victory in two weeks after joining the league this season.

AFC Norton hosted Norfolk Terriers, the hosts scored three without reply.

Finally, Black Boy hosted Great Barton. Both teams had to settle for a point as neither could find the net.

This weekend, teams will be playing in the Suffolk County FA Sunday Cup and Trophy.

Clubs are reminded to phone the county office on the appropriate number with the result.

Referees fees remain as last season at £24 for the Sunday Cup and £22 for the Shield and Trophy and, this season, referees are required to complete a county disciplinary report sheet if any disciplinary action was taken. If nothing to report, ‘none’ should be written across the form and handed to a club official.