CR Eastern beat Clenchwarton to blitz into King’s Lynn Cherrington Cup semi

A proposal has been put forward for a shake-up to step 7 football in Sussex
A proposal has been put forward for a shake-up to step 7 football in Sussex

KING’S LYNN & DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE

SPONSORED BY DOUBLE G CLOTHING

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12

CHERRINGTON CUP QUARTER-FINAL

CR Eastern and Clenchwarton faced-off at the David Lindley Field in Castle Rising for a place in the semi-final of the prestigious Cherrington Cup, and it was CR Eastern who blitzed their way through.

Connor Parnell and Billy Pawsey gave Victory hope of going further in the competition but goals from Brad Key 3, Neil Goodbourn and Nathan Branch gave CR a morale boosting win.

They will now face the winner of Elm and MacMillan in the semi.

QUEEN ELIZABETH CUP QUARTER-FINAL

CSKA Reserves made it through to a semi-final date with March Saracens after seeing off Three Holes 0-5 away from home.

Nathan Watson made three point blank saves and kept Three Holes out. CSKA scorers: Brad Kennedy 2, Connor Ratcliffe, Josh Bull and Jake Miller.

HARDY/SHEEN CUP QUARTER-FINAL

Maltings made the long trip out to the Lincolnshire Fens to take on a resurgent Sutton St. James, but the Lynn-based side played a strong game and came out on on top, 2-7.

Goals, Sutton: Jake Clitheroe and Joe Harrison; Maltings: Corey Brady a hat-trick. Liam Somerton 2, Ryan Scott and Kieran Nurse.

Sutton certainly put in a strong performance and will be a force in the coming months.

DIVISION ONE

CSKA 1st’s produced a solid performance to see off Cambs rivals MacMillan 2-0 in The Cage. With an eye on this week’s county cup semi-final CSKA worked efficiently in their win.

MacMillan battled hard but CSKA were strong in their performance and won it through Jordan Fiddes and Dave Abbott.

DIVISION TWO

CSKA Young Boys now sit just two points, or one Three Holes defeat, from the Division Two title. In February. What an achievement!

They got into this position by seeing off West Winch William Burt 6-1 with doubles for each of Joe Reed, Jack Rawson and Matt Ryan. Dylan Pottle got Burt’s consolation.

March moved into fourth with a 5-1 win over Fleet UC and they now sit right on the tails of Shouldham who occupy the play-off place (third).

James Hazel (a brace), Ash Taylor, James Schulmann and Dan Smethurst all notched for Saracens. Joe Broomfield got Fleet’s consolation strike.

March thank referee Stuart Rudd for waiving most of his travelling expenses to help keep their costs down.

NORFOLK SUNDAY SENIOR CUP SEMI-FINAL

This Sunday sees CSKA 1st FC host El Sol for a place in the Sunday League showpiece final, which will be held at Carrow Road on May 24.

Get down to Thomas Clarkson Academy to cheer on CSKA who will be aiming to be our first finalists in this competition in over 10 years.