Redgate Rangers FC from Hunstanton are really getting into the spirit of tomorrow’s home fixture for the official Non-League Day.
In order to try and get more people to watch, Redgate will be issuing their first-ever matchday programme.
Entry for the Cyril Ballyn Cup tie against Beccles Caxton will be £2, with £1 going towards the charity Prostate Cancer UK.
Rangers will also be brewing their special Redgate Rangers lager. A pint will be available for 50p using a voucher in the programme. Match sponsors are the Lodge Hotel, Hunstanton, and kick-off is 2pm.
Always scheduled to coincide with an international break, Non-League Day provides a platform for clubs to promote the importance of affordable volunteer led community football while giving fans across the country the chance to show support for their local non-league side.
Use the http://www.nonleagueday.co.uk/ match finder to locate the nearest game(s) to you on Non-League Day.
Norfolk Junior Cup Round 2
Redgate Rgs 6 Hemsby FC 2
Redgate Rangers really took the game to Hemsby in the first 15 minutes with Danny Jezeph showing some great skill on his own to put the home side ahead.
Ryan Juby then had the ball in the net three times in a ten minute spell, one being disallowed for handball, Adrian Hill hit a long range effort to make it 4-0 just before the break.
In the second half a defensive mix up saw the ball eventually going in off Mark Sainty, but Redgate went straight up the other end and put the game to bed thanks to Jack Lincoln and Ash Quantrill leaving Jezeph to bag his second and 12th of the season.
Hemsby were reduced to ten men for some reckless challenges. Juby came back on for the last 10 minutes and got a well deserved hat-trick, his second in four games since joining the club.
Novus North West
Hunstanton FC 0 Redgate Rangers Reserves 3
Redgate made the short trip of less than a mile for their first derby of the season, with goals coming from Billy Eastwood with his ninth of the season, Kenny Rushton and Laurie Hibberd.
That’s five straight league wins for the newly-formed reserves sitting them five points clear at the top.
Next weekend they enter the Second Round of the Norfolk Primary Cup, travelling just round the coast to face Thornham FC.
Birchwood Reserves 1
Denver continued their unbeaten start to the season with a hard-fought win.
Ben Young opened Denver’s account after 12 minutes and 10 minutes later set up Matthew Wolfe for their second.
The home side pulled one back deep into first half added time but, despite Wolfe having a penalty saved on 60 minutes, Denver went on to record their third successive victory.
PKS Construction /Morris Armitage Denver MoM: Darren Thorpe.
South Creake 4
Springwood endured another frustrating afternoon and displaying a Jekyll and Hyde performance.
Springwood dominated the first half going into the break 3-1 with goals from Ken Diggins 2 and Sam Hewitt. The battling South Creake drew back at 3-3. MoM Harry Portass made it 4-3 and another sloppy ending gifted the equaliser.