King’s Lynn Reserves play for place in Norfolk Senior Cup semi

Sport news from the Lynn News, lynnnews.co.uk/sport, @lynnnewssport on Twitter
Sport news from the Lynn News, lynnnews.co.uk/sport, @lynnnewssport on Twitter
0
Have your say

King’s Lynn Town Reserves travel to Wroxham tonight for their re-arranged Norfolk Senior Cup Quarter-Final tie (7.45pm).

The victors will meet Dereham Town at the end of February for a place in the final at Carrow Road.

Ryman Division One North outfit Wroxham have not won a league match since early October, a run which has seen six draws and nine defeats.

The Yachtsmen, former Thurlow Nunn League giants, did make this stage of the competition with a 4-1 victory over Lynn Reserves’ fellow Division One team Great Yarmouth Town.

The hosts have a number of former Linnets in their ranks. Lining up for Wroxham on Saturday versus fellow league strugglers Barkingside were Jamie Forshaw, Lewis Sturman and Seamus Kelleher.

Jackson Ramm was not included in the starting XI whilst Danny Beaumont, who has been out injured since before the New Year, was an unused substitute.