SCAFFOLDING SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
The result of the day came at River Lane as title holders Chilvers, who were unbeaten last season, suffered their second league defeat of the season, 5-2 to a resurgent Long Sutton.
Long Sutton came close to folding a few weeks back.
Nine-man Chilvers led 2-0 via a Louis Gaughran double. Sutton scorers: Ryan Brothwell, James Ward, Sam Cooper, Tim Lowe and Sam Moses.
Horsepigs kept up their own resurgence 4-2 (Aaron Hodges 2, Rob Eves and Wayne Smith) at CSKA Emneth. Jess Hemmings and Alex Street scored for Emneth.
Clenchwarton are getting closer to that elusive first win. Matty Prudence gave them a deserved lead before Andy Prior was sent off. FANG strengthened their grip on second, Jo Malby, Lewis Osborne and Olly Parker scoring.
Hope made it four wins from four: Ricky Gunns three, Ben Jimson and Joe Whyborn on target. Ryan Barnes bagged a consolation for Burt.
Promotion seems to be a five-horse race and will have more twists and turns than the Hardwick Roundabout!
Four teams sit top level on nine points. March Saracens sit top, thanks to their 5-2 win over Wisbech Social. Richard Hunt and Ian Booty got Social on the score sheet; March: Jermaine Watson hat-trick and Adam Stockbridge a brace.
Sutton St James sit second, but have a game in hand. They had an emphatic 9-1 away win over Farmers Arms. Liam Starr got Arms’s goal.
St James goals: Jake Clitheroe a nap hand, Ashley Godfrey, Phil Newton, Alan Burch and Jordan Keeley.
Joint-top Flitcham (James Ringwood, Louis Claydon and Dan Fuller) beat Tilney GL (Michael Watts), 3-1.
The CR Eastern goal machine smashed Tydd St Mary 7-2. CR: Ryan Juby 3, Curtis Morais, Ashley Prosper, Travis Toll and an OG. Tydd: Tony Riches and Joe Euling-White.
Horsepigs Reserves sit top. They beat Elm 2-0 at home, Tom Armitt and Dan Coates scoring for the ‘Pigs.
Dersingham SC (Anton Ely three, Luke Biles a brace, Nathan Branch and Isaac Large) beat Fleet Rangers 7-2.
David Brewer Memorial Cup Quarter-final
West Lynn Wanderers will meet Horsepigs Reserves in the semi-final, after brushing past Watlington 11-1 (Josh Smith 4, James Harrod 2. James Van Der Velde, Nathan Young, Dan Griffith, Alec Wilkinson and Lawrence Thetford). James Winner scored a consolation.