England’s Hope make it King’s Lynn Sunday League year to remember

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King’s Lynn & District

Sunday League

DIVISION ONE

England’s Hope made it a year to remember as their 2-0 win over Clenchwarton ensured they recorded a 100 per cent win rate in league games in 2015.

This follows on from a perfect win rate in the league last season and it seems this team is nothing short of invincible.

Clenchwarton, though, proved a stern test and it was only Ricky Gunns’ goal that proved the difference until the 88th minute when Paul Richardson put the game to bed.

The score could have been more but for a huge effort from the Victory defence and James Taylor in goal.

CSKA kept tabs at the top of the table with an emphatic 9-2 away win over Old White Bell.

Marcus Cumberbatch and Joe Allen scored for ‘Bell but goals from Arron McKenna 3, Jack “The Dentist” Watson 2, Lewis Thompson, Max Matless, Nathan Watson and an OG confirmed the victory.

Flitcham travelled into Lynn to take on FANG and notched twice through Connor Parnell and Danny Child, but it wasn’t enough as the firepower of FANG ensured they got the points.

Goals came from Lewis Osborne 2, Alex Oughton, James Rix and Jack Gould.

l Tilney v Chilvers was postponed due to waterlogged pitch.

DIVISION TWO

Tydd St Mary won their second game of the season with a close-run 4-3 away win over March Saracens.

Tydd found themselves 4-1 up in the second half after scoring through Jamie Taylor 2, Ryan Brothwell and Dan Monaghan.

March, who had scored through James Hazel in the first half, staged a late fightback, scoring through Dan Smethurst and Harry Wilson, but it wasn’t enough.

MacMillan produced a confident display away at Three Holes with a 4-0 win. Ryan Alexander 2, Lyndon Woods and Tommy Jolly nabbed the goals.

Necton travelled to Shouldham as the division’s highest scorers, and that’s a title they still hold after a 4-2 away win.

Jamie Langley and Adam Warner scored for Shouldham, but Blair Cameron and Jamie Titmarsh both struck twice to complete the win.

CR Eastern remained in pole position in the title race as they beat a tough Elm side away, 6-2.

CR’s six different scorers were Curtis Morais, Ashley Prosper, Kai Neve, Brad Key, Daniel Kerry and Nathan Powley. Billy Ryan and Leon Murphy got on the scoresheet for Elm.

l West Winch William Burt v CSKA Reserves was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.