Woodbridge Town, Suffolk's best placed TNLPD team
Woodbridge remain Suffolk's best placed side in the Premier Division after a 2-1 win at Sheringham saw the Peckers stay in third, five points behind leaders Thetford. Ethan Broom and Taylor Southgate were on target for Luke Hyam's outfit.
Thetford themselves won 3-2 at Mulbarton with goals from Elliot Smith, Dan Gilchrist and Cameron King. Harleston beat Soham 3-1 to remain in second, just three points behind adrift of Matt Morton's side.
Goals from Angus Mills and Louie Bloom gave Hadleigh a win at local rivals Brantham who are now without a win in 11 games. Jose Santa De La Paz came off the bench to equalise for Brantham who had Alfie Owen-Jones sent off late on. Hadleigh stay in fourth place just a point behind Woodbridge.
Skipper Sam Hawley rescued a point for Lakenheath with a late strike at Newmarket. James Seymour scored for the Jockeys.
A single Teon Leggett strike was enough to give Ipswich Wanderers the win against bottom side Haverhill Rovers in a game where chances were at a premium.
Tanner Call scored an 85th minute winner for Mildenhall at home to Long Melford. Earlier new signing Alfie Connor opened the scoring for 'Hall before Melford striker Ryan Gibbs equalised against his former club.
Whitton United halted a run of 10 successive defeats with a fine 1-1 draw at Norwich United. Whitton remain in the bottom two but gained a point on Kirkley and Pakefield who are the side just above them as the Royals lost 2-0 at home to Ely.
In the other Premier Division fixture a hat-trick from Ashley Jarvis gave Fakenham a 3-0 success over Walsham.
The clash between the top two in Division One (North) ended with Heacham coming out on top as they beat Framlingham 2-1 at Badingham Road. Max Willett gave the Castlemen the lead before Simon Poacher was sent off for the hosts before the break. Heacham took advantage in the second half to turn the game around and go five points clear albeit having played three games more than Fram.