Harleston Magpies took the derby honours in the East League Premier Division when they beat Norwich City 3-1 at The Nest.
As unseasonal warmth bathed Brewers Green Lane Diss Town were looking to avenge a 5-0 hammering suffered at the hands of AFC Sudbury Reserves earlier in the season.
Over the last 50 years Britain has seen a major growth in the number of heritage railways - attracting millions of visits from people of all backgrounds.
Diss Town followed up last week's top quality performance against second placed Mulbarton Wanderers with a poor display at Downham, with the game being settled by a disputed goal in the first minute of the second half.
Greater Anglia has started testing its new Stadler trains for regional trains during the day as well as at night - and the first trips to Suffolk might not be far away.
Buoyed by an outstanding performance against a resurgent Old Haberdashers last weekend North Walsham head to Buckinghamshire on Saturday to take on Amersham & Chiltern.
What could be a defining spell of the season for Diss gets under way on Saturday with a crunch game at Mackenders.
Diss succumbed to yet another home defeat and now find themselves isolated in the bottom three of London One North.
Harleston Magpies moved up to fourth in the Premier Division after maintaining their good form with a 3-1 win at Chelmsford.
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