King's Lynn Soccer Club the big weekend winners in North West Norfolk Football League
The weekend saw the mass return of local football to the pitches of West Norfolk after a prolonged Christmas break for many teams.
In Division One, KLSC were the big winners with a 7-0 victory over league strugglers Snettisham, both Thomas Wagg and Connor Walker scoring a double each.
Heacham Reserves remain in second position and recorded a 4-2 win away at Marshland Saints.
Curtis Morais scored two to complement goals from Connor Young and recent signing James Boyden.
Docking Rangers were thankful for their experienced heads in Ryan Mellor, Michael Woods, Jordan Penty and Ricky Ranshaw as they all scored to help them to a 4-1 win away at Gayton A.
Elsewhere in Division One, Upwell Town and Denver played out a 2-2 draw.
Division Two strugglers The Woottons were subject to a second half collapse away to Clenchwarton. Masayso Zulu claimed a hat-trick for the Oranges to help them on their way to a 10-0 victory and to push them up to sixth in the table.
Ingoldisthorpe continue to have the perfect league season as they made it ten wins from as many games with an 8-2 victory against Watlington Reserves.
William Bradshaw scored three to take his season total up to 19.
Reffley remain four points clear of Ingoldisthorpe and recorded a 4-0 win against a strong Castle Rising side. Jack Cropley, Charlie Dungey and Charlie Rudland all found the net for the Reds.
There were also home victories for Dersingham Development and Terrington over Weeting Saxons and West Winch respectively.
AFC Lynn Napier Reserves continue to show their quality as they head towards promotion this season. Goals from Charlie Royle, Jack Royle, Max Goodrum and Jordan Atkin helped them comfortably defeat Upwell Town Reserves by double digits.
A Kai Mayes hat-trick for Ingoldisthorpe Reserves gave them a 6-0 win away at Runcton Holme, where Chesley Mayes also found the net twice.
Docking Development and KLSC A found themselves locked at 3-3 after 45 minutes.
However, the introduction of Mohamed Nasr gave KLSC a second half lift.
The super sub found the net twice after coming on and helped his team record a 6-3 final score.
Aiden Yates picked up a red card for KLSC in the closing moments of the game.