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NORFOLK SUNDAY SENIOR CUP THIRD ROUND
An all-Lynn League tie took place at Marshland Smeeth as for the second year running both of the best cup hopes were drawn against each other, writes Rob Bunting.
This year it was Hope’s turn to host the tie and it was the same outcome of a 3-1 Chilvers victory. Michael Chow scored for the defending league champions but Chilvers progressed thanks to Joe Jackson and a Danny Jezeph brace.
CR Eastern were our sole representatives in the third round, but met their maker in Newsman Celtic, 3-1, with Connor Walker scoring for CR.
CAMBS CENTENARY CUP
Another all-Lynn League tie took place as March Saracens hosted MacMillan FC and the visiting side romped into the third round with a 4-0 win, courtesy of braces for Ivan Crisp and Gary Green.
Game of the day was at Hall Road where Dersingham travelled to play a much-improved Clenchwarton side.
Dersingham went two-nil up before Clenchwarton pulled one back. Dersingham went further ahead before Clenchwarton replied.
Dersingham were down to 10 men after a red card, but raced into a 5-2 lead before Clenchwarton threatened to stage an almighty upset, losing 5-4.
Scorers for Dersingham were: Sam Peck 2, Anton Ely, Nathan Mitchell and Gary Bowman; Clenchwarton: Lee Dix 2, Ryan Barnes and Kyle Williamson.
FANG took advantage of the top two’s involvement in the County Cup with a polished performance in a 4-0 win over Old White Bell. Isaac Bloodworth hit a pair, with goals also for Jack Rawson and Joseph Malby.
CSKA kept tabs with the leading pack with a 3-0 away win over West Lynn Wanderers (Jack Watson, Kai Ruff and Jake Ogden).
Sutton St James registered a morale-boosting first win of the season, 4-2 at home to Tilney Green Lions.
Scorers, Lions: Matt Crawford and Kev Smith; Sutton: Alan Burch back in form with two, Nathan Daws and Dev Furness.
Tydd St Mary picked up their first point of the season in a hard-earned draw with CSKA Reserves.
Scorers, Tydd: Aaron Parker, Adam Pack and Ben Thompson; for a gritty CSKA side: Toby Killingsworth, Lewis Thompson and Jesse Hemmings.
West Winch William Burt are showing signs of improvement already with a narrow 1-2 home defeat against Shouldham.
Matty Gollands again was the scorer for Burt but Jamie Langley and Dan Edwards ensured Shouldham climbed to fourth in the table.
Heacham v Three Holes was rained off.