Diss Town travelled to Cornard for their first away game of 2018 in Thurlow Nunn League Division One and were beaten by a last gasp goal.
Harleston Magpies Ladies performed well against a strong, well-drilled Wimbledon side, but returned home empty-handed after suffering a 2-1 defeat.
These two great rivals produced a game of untold drama that had a big Mackenders crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the final whistle.
The second big London Two North derby of the season takes place at Mackenders on Saturday, with Diss playing host to long-term rivals North Walsham (2.30pm).
Harleston Magpies Ladies made it back-to-back wins in the East Conference by brushing aside Chelmsford at Weybread.
Norwich secured a thoroughly deserved Norfolk Cup victory against Diss in conditions that called for a defined game plan and determined defensive strategy.
A football team from Long Stratton High School have beaten six other teams to win the Canary Champions Cup.
Years of quiet, efficient service to the Cyclists’ Touring Club in Norfolk were recognised by the award to Diss cyclist Tom Elkins of CTC Norfolk’s Service Shield.
Harleston magpies made a winning return to action in their first game after the indoor break as they beat Barnes 3-1 in the Investec Women’s League Conference East.
A tough challenge in testing conditions proved too much for Diss in a match that was switched to Bancrofts Rugby Club.
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