Chow scoffs hat-trick as Hope march towards title

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SUNDAY LEAGUE

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There were big wins at the top of all three divisions on Sunday and led to changes in Divisions Two and Three.

DIVISION ONE

England’s Hope’s relentless march towards the title doesn’t show any signs of slowing up as they brushed past Horsepigs 8-1, away from home. Arron Hodson notched for the ‘Pigs but the champions-elect remain top thanks to strikes from Michael Chow 3, Simon Bird 2, Matty Bussens 2, Ben Jimson and Dean Jimson.

Burt’s foray into the top two lasted just a week as FANG usurped their old foes into second place with a routine 3-0 win on the 3G at Lynnsport. Ryan Juby, Alex Oughton and Tom Cunliffe inflicted the damage as FANG remain unbeaten against Burt.

Chilvers, ahead of their big County Cup semi-final, matched Hope’s scoreline by beating Clenchwarton, fresh from their first win of the season last week, 8-1.

George Hutton scored for Victory but Zac Fountain 3, Aaron Proctor 3, Johnny Marlow and Liam Bowley scored to give Chilvers the points.

DIVISION TWO

Tilney travelled to Wisbech Social and ran out 1-9 winners and only registered two different scorers! Ricky Melton scored for Wisbech, but Jason Chilton with 5 and Adam Key 4, gave the Green Lions an emphatic win.

The top two clashed again, this time in the league, and Sutton St James regained the lead by winning 4-9 at Flitcham. Ash Godfrey and Jake Clitheroe both notched hat-tricks for Sutton, with Andrew Cooper, Adam Groves and an OG completing the scoring.

James Ringwood 2, Dan Childs and Connor Parnell scored for the now-second placed Flitcham Bell.

Tydd v March was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

DIVISION THREE

The A149 derby went the way of Dersingham Social Club as they recorded a huge, and surprising, 10-0 win over Heacham Reserves. The result sends Dersingham top and with a goal difference advantage of +11 over West Lynn.

Dersingham scored through Anton Ely 5, Luke Biles 2, Robbie Palmer, Jason Kerr and Brad Ely.

River Lane climbed back up to third by beating Elm 3-1. ‘Lane scorers: Ash Quantrill, Ivo Lipovski and Jack Moy. Elm: Steffen Anderson.

Watlington v West Lynn was postponed.

Cup finals have been confirmed for this season (all Sundays), April 12 at Fakenham FC: Cherrington Cup, 10.30am kick-off; TGWU Cup final, 1.30pm approx.

April 19 at Wisbech Town FC: Hardy-Sheen, 10.30am.

April 26 at Heacham FC: League Cup final 10.30am, David Brewer Memorial Cup, 10.30am.

Thanks to all at Fakenham, Wisbech and Heacham for allowing use of their facilities.