LYNN & DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE
The last of the quarter finals was completed and Dersingham progressed to a semi-final encounter with England’s Hope.
Dersingham saw off Tilney Green Lions 4-2, scoring through Harry Nash, Jason Kerr, Nathan Branch and Sam Peck.
Jason Chilton and Ricky Papworth responded for Tilney.
Chilvers kept up their recent good form with a 13-0 demolition job on Sutton St. James. Joe Jackson led the way with a double hat-trick, supported by Danny Jezeph who notched three. Jack Johnson netted twice with single strikes for Ash Keegan and Kris Smith.
The game of the day though was in Clenchwarton, where Old White Bell were the visitors.
Clenchwarton twice took the lead before finding themselves 5-3 down to a resurgent White Bell. Clenchwarton then found a second wind and found themselves 6-5 ahead before Bell found an equaliser in the dying minutes to finish 6-6.
Adam Mason helped himself to a hat-trick for Clenchwarton with the other strikes coming from Dan Chapman, Alex Forth and Lee Dix.
John Murphy also nabbed a three-piece for Old White Bell with the other goals coming from Robbie Eves, Justin Lee and Terry Whitwell.
Tydd St. Mary made it back-to-back wins with a 1-0 win over Three Holes. Ryan Brothwell got the all-important winner.
Heacham kept up their good form with a 5-3 win over MacMillan. Ryan Alexander got a hat-trick for MacMillan but a brace from Tom Williams and goals from Josh Everett, Ryan Mellor and Lee Boughen saw Heacham home.
CSKA Young Boys recorded an impressive 5-0 win over the league’s top scorers, Necton. Not many teams keep Necton quiet in front of goal, which makes the win even more impressive. Tom Brazil got 3 goals with Tyrone Elms and Claudio Cerqusira grabbing the others.
March Saracens went down by the odd-goal in five away at Shouldham. Lewis Jupp and Shane Knight scored for Saracens but they fell just short of the three goals scored by Jamie Langley, Dan Harper and Tom Nickerson.
CR Eastern remain the league leaders and the ones to catch after an impressive 4-1 win over Elm. Kensey Carter scored for Elm but goals from Josh Murray 2, Lewis Killick and Daniel Kerry saw them over the line.
Fixtures will resume on January 3.
KLSL would like to wish all players and officials a happy Christmas and new year.