Dersingham shock Chilvers in cup

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LEAGUE CUP

Chilvers, County Cup semi-finalists and defending league champions, made the trip up the A149 to take on Division Three side Dersingham Social Club, who pulled off a ‘cupset’ 4-3.

Regular scorers Neil Goodbourn, Jack Johnson and Louis Gaughran scored for the defending champs, but Anton Ely single-handedly knocked out Chilvers with all four goals.

FANG dispatched Horsepigs 6-1 at home. Callum Clark scored for the ‘Pigs but Tommy Rix bagged a treble, Steve Asprey two and an ‘OG’ completed the scoring.

DIVISION ONE

Burt and CSKA Emneth fought out a 1-1 draw, which did neither side any good.

Shane Akers bagged for Burt and Dave Abbott equalised for Emneth.

DIVISION TWO

For the first time since October 12, a full programme of fixtures was completed!

Farmers Arms after a lengthy suspension nearly came back with a win, but fell just short 2-3 at home to title chasing Flitcham Bell.

Goals: Jamie Lee Flores and Daniel Scott for Farmers; Daniel Fuller 2 and James Ringwood for Bell.

Tydd St Mary and March Saracens battled out a 3-3 draw. Goals, Tydd: Lloyd Chapman, Wayne Congreave and Tony Riches; March: Alan Irvine 2 and Jermaine Watson.

Tilney ran riot 7-3 over CR Eastern with Adam Key (4), Jason Chilton (2) and Kane Richmond on target. Curtis Morais 2 and an OG scored for CR.

Leaders Sutton St James travelled to Wisbech Social Club and recorded an emphatic 12-0 win which keeps Sutton two points clear of Flitcham with a game in hand. Their goal difference is +48, compared to Flitcham’s +11.

Goals: Jake Clitheroe 7, Ash Godfrey, Stuart Easey, Adam Groves, Alan Burch and Lee Jackson.

DIVISION THREE

West Lynn kept up the title pressure on Dersingham with a routine 4-0 win over Elm. Goals: Billy Elliott twice, Gary Halliday and an OG.

Heacham were 2-0 up through Tim Pepper and Martin Gibbs, but very late strikes from Kai Neve and Matthew Tuttle rescued a point for battling River Lane.