Flitcham Bell ring up first Sunday final appearance

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LYNN & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE

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TGWU CUP SEMI-FINAL

The first final line-up has been confirmed.

Tilney, looking to reach another final after last year’s disappointment, went 2-0 up against Flitcham Bell, through Chris Young and Adam Key, but Bell fought back to win 6-3, courtesy of James Ringwood 2, Connor Parnell, Danny Child, Lee Godsell and an OG. Lee Jackson scored Tilney’s third.

This will be Flitcham’s first final appearance.

Sutton St James, in their debut season, gained revenge for their league drubbing at the hands of CR Eastern, by winning 5-2.

Goals: Ashley Prosper and Travis Toll for CR Eastern as they looked to make their first ever Sunday League final; Sutton: a Jake Clitheroe hat-trick, Lee Jackson and Ashley Godfrey.

DIVISION ONE

It was first v second at Marshland Smeeth as Hope hosted FANG, and Hope extended their lead to six points after winning 4-3. Hope were 3-0 and 4-1 up.

Hope strikes: Joe Whyborn 2, Ben Jimson and Michael Chow. FANG: Steve Asprey, Jo Malby and Michael Wood.

Chilvers leapfrogged FANG into second after a 6-0 win over Horsepigs, goals from Jack Johnson 2, Louis Gaughran 2, Danny Jezeph and Bobby Johnson.

Burt beat Clenchwarton 5-1 for the second time this season to sit three points off second. Burt: Matty Gollands 2, Lee Dix, Oliver Cox and Sam Hewitt. Clenchwarton: A Yates.

DIVISION THREE

The top four all faced off as there was a re-jig at the top.

West Lynn took over top spot after an impressive 2-1 away win over Heacham Reserves after Gary Halliday’s brace. Tim Pepper got Heacham on the score sheet.

Dersingham got back to winning ways with a 4-1 win over previous league leaders River Lane.

A family affair won it for Dersingham as Bradley, Anton and Sean Ely all scored. Daniel Coggin scored their fourth. Ash Quantrill scored for Lane.

Watlington picked up their first-ever point in the league as they drew 0-0 with Elm.