Chow feasts on hat-trick in King’s Lynn Sunday League top of table clash

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DIVISION ONE

It was potentially a title-defining game between Englands Hope and Chilvers on Sunday and it was Hope who kept up their seemingly endless run of wins, emerging 5-1 victors to remain top of the table.

Jake Wiseman scored for Chilvers but a Michael Chow hat-trick did the damage.

Joe Whyborn and ex-Chilvers player Neil Goodbourn were also on the score sheet. Both sides meet again next Sunday in the Senior Cup 3rd Round.

Flitcham travelled to Tilney looking for their first points of the season, but fell agonisingly short, succumbing to a narrow 2-1 defeat. Flitcham scored via an own goal but Jason Chilton was the match winner with a brace.

DIVISION TWO

Heacham moved into second place and level on points with leaders CR Eastern after dispatching March Saracens 5-1, the team they leapfrogged into second.

Shane Knight scored for March, who made an 80-mile round trip for the game. Heacham won the game courtesy of Cameron Copeland 2, Josh Everitt, Adam Peel and Ryan Mellor.

CHERRINGTON CUP 1ST ROUND

Tilney, Flitcham, Englands Hope, Chilvers and Sutton St James all received byes into the quarter-finals.

Dersingham caused a minor upset by beating 10-man FANG 4-3 after extra time. Gary Bowman proved the difference with a hat-trick with Sam Peck notching the other for Dersingham.

FANG finished with 10-men after a red card and scored through Alex Oughton 2 and Rawson.

Clenchwarton won the ‘yon side ut river’ derby and in the process, nabbed the bragging rights.

West Lynn put up a fight and took the lead through Connor Jackson. Lee Dix equalised after good work by Ryan Barnes.

Rob Framingham put Clenchwarton ahead just before half-time with a mis-timed header that rolled off his shoulder and trickled over the line, helped across the line by bumbling defender Sam Garrod. Dan Chapman ensured victory, for Victory, by scoring the third.

CSKA kept up their fine form with an impressive 7-3 away win over Old White Bell. Brad Williams and Jack Watson were chief tormentors with a hat-trick apiece, Kai Ruff adding another. Robbie Eves and Aaron Hodgson scored for ‘Bell.

QUEEN ELIZABETH CUP (Formerly TGWU Cup)

Heacham, March, Shouldham and CR Eastern all received byes into the quarter-finals.

CSKA Young Boys pulled off a fantastic win, seeing off MacMillan 6-5! Ricky Melton 2, Gary Green, Michael Richardson and Ryan Alexander scored for MacMillan but they fell just short of the goals scored by Aiden Rouse 3, Joe Reed 2 and Tom Brazil.

CSKA Reserves joined them in the last eight draw with a dominant 7-0 win at Tydd St Mary, Pearce 2, Joe Woods, Nathan Watson, Joe Granger, Jack Clark and Toby Killingsworth on target.

Elm squeezed past an impressive Necton side with a hard-earned 4-3 win. Nathan Bailey 2 and Jamie Titmarsh gave Necton hope but Conrad Matthews 2, Kensey Carter and Richard Hunt saw Elm progress.

Three Holes carved open West Winch William Burt with a confidence building 5-1 win. Matty Gollands scored for Burt but Holes’ five different scorers were Tom Hubbard, Toby Retchless, Nick Frayne, Dan Cowell and Craig Goodale.

The draw for the quarter-finals in both competitions will be on November 18.