Denver avenged in NW Norfolk League cup versus Heacham A

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Norfolk League

Charlie Day Cup

Denver 3 Heacham A 0

Despite being without three of their regular back four, Denver eased into the semi-finals against a Heacham side to whom they had already lost twice earlier in the season.

Denver took the lead after 20 minutes when a Matty Willis long throw was turned into his own net by a Heacham defender and doubled their advantage 15 minutes later when Danny Clarke finished off a pacy counter-attacking movement.

A home semi-final meeting against Marshland Saints was secured midway through the second half when James Emmerson volleyed home at the far post following a corner.

PKS Construction/Morris Armitage Denver MoM: Aidan Hood who was outstanding in his first-ever game at full-back.

Mid Norfolk Youth League U15

Dersingham Rv 10 Litcham 2

The home side ran out comfortable winners in this game despite a very credible performance from the away side.

Rovers started the game well and went in at half-time with the score at 3-0.

The second half gave the home side a chance to swap players around, but they still scored freely. Litcham scored two well deserved goals.

Rovers scorers were Ben Welch (3), Will Woodhouse (3), Cam Smeaton (2), Jack McGee and James Wicklen.

Rovers will need to up their good performance with big games coming up.