Striker Andrew Wood became a member of the 100 club as he reached a ton of goals for his Birchwood side in Division Three of the North West Norfolk League.
Wood bagged a treble for his side as they registered a comfortable 6-1 win over Gaywood.
Leaders Lynn Williams recovered from three goals down to draw against Gayton United Reserves.
Williams’s MoM Martin Harrowing was among the goals with a brace.
West Lynn came from behind to beat Redgate Rangers Reserves but had to rely on two own goals to do it.
West Lynn thank Brandon Grimes for going in goal and MoM went to Simon Batterham.
South Creake found the winning formula on their travels with a 3-2 victory over Great Massingham in Division One.
Creake went behind after ten seconds but levelled when Kev Clipston headed home Ian Bulley’s corner.
Bulley fired home from 20 yards and it was 3-1 soon after when Jamie Broady headed in Dan Studd’s corner.
Massingham converted a penalty late on but Creake held on.
CK Caravan MoM for South Creake was Jamie Broady.
Division Two leaders Discovery Royals thrashed Hunstanton 7-0.
Discovery soon got into top gear with hat-tricks for David Yallop and Liam Bowley.
Castle Rising suffered their first defeat of the season, going down 3-6 to Dersingham Reserves with Darren Hewitt (4), Ben Clemans and Dane Hipkin netting for Dersingham.
William Burt made it four straight wins by beating Smithdon with goals from Harry Bennett, Wayne Mitchell, Tommy Littlewood, Lee Somerton and a contender for goal of the season from Ben Wiles.
Burt’s MoM was Tommy Littlewood.
Denver suffered their heaviest-ever home loss after being thrashed 9-1 by Lynn Napier.
Denver’s consolation goal came from Alex Oughton, the 18-year-old’s sixth in four games.
Morris Armitage/PKS Construction Denver MoM: Ollie Hubbard.
In Division Four, Snettisham beat Watlington Reserves 9-0 thanks to goals from Kelvin Kerr (3), Lewi Kerr (2), Lewi Batterbee (2), Kieran and Callum O Grady grabbing a goal each.