Walsham-le-Willows recorded their first Thurlow Nunn Premier Division victory of 2016 when they travelled to Gorleston at the weekend.
Paul Smith’s men, who last claimed maximum points five games ago on Boxing Day, ran out 3-1 winners in Norfolk.
Tanner Call, Andrew Wood and Samuel Peters were all on target as the Willows secured three points to move them up to 17th place.
Tomorrow, they are due to play host to Mildenhall Town at Summer Road (3pm).
As for Mildenhall, they ended a two-game losing sequence thanks to a 1-1 draw with second-placed Stanway Rovers.
An own goal from Jacob Brown handed the visitors from Essex the lead at the break, but Mildenhall centre-back Luke Butcher struck late on to salvage a share of the spoils for Hall.
Thetford Town failed to build on their 5-3 win over Newmarket Town last time out as they were beaten 1-0 at home by Saffron Walden Town.
A 72nd-minute strike from Graeme Turner split the two sides in a contest that saw both reduced to 10 men in the closing stages.
Their trip to Newmarket on Tuesday was postponed, while this weekend Danny White’s team travel to Haverhill Rovers (3pm).
In the First Division, Stowmarket Town won for the first time in the league since December 28, courtesy of a 1-0 victory away at Team Bury, with Matt Dixon getting his name on the scoresheet.
On Saturday, Stow play host to Cornard United at Greens Meadow (3pm) and Team Bury head for Debenham LC (3pm).
The youngsters from Bury were due to face Haverhill Borough earlier this week, but that encounter was postponed.
Bottom-placed Needham Market Reserves fell to their 20th defeat of the campaign at the hands of Haverhill Borough.
The Marketmen have been beaten 7-1, 9-0 and 10-1 over recent weeks, but on this occasion it was a much more respectable 1-0 reverse.
Tomorrow, Diss Town will provide the opposition at Bloomfields (3pm).