McKenna brace for West Lynn ends CSKA King’s Lynn League title hopes

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KING’S LYNN & DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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DIVISION ONE

CSKA had their title hopes mathematically ended on Sunday as West Lynn claimed an impressive 2-2 draw at The Cage.

It was a tale of just two goal scorers as Arron McKenna notched a brace for CSKA with Gary Halliday notching twice for West Lynn.

Chilvers made the long trip out to Lincolnshire to face Sutton St. James.

Buoyed on by their first league win last time out, Sutton made good inroads and managed to score three times against the title challengers through Dan Clitheroe 2 and Joe Johnson.

Unfortunately though for Sutton, Chilvers scored nine times themselves.

Their scorers were: Joe Jackson 6, Kris Smith 2 and Bob Johnson.

England’s Hope now just need four more points over Chilvers to win the title.

DIVISION TWO

Tydd St. Mary continued their recent impressive form by pushing title hopefuls Heacham all the way, before succumbing to a penalty in a 1-0 loss.

The penalty was put away by Tom Hawkins.

Elm remain top after a 5-2 win over CSKA Young Boys.

Anth Horn nabbed a hat-trick with Richard Hunt and Jamie Cobbin also scoring for Elm. Young Boys got on the score sheet through Matt Ryan and Tom Brazil.

CR Eastern cling onto the title hunting pack with an emphatic 8-2 win over Three Holes.

Dan Hempson bagged two for Three Holes but two is rarely enough against a free scoring CR side.

CR scored through Curtis Morais 3, Paul Moore 2, Connor Walker, Travis Toll and Josh Murray.

MacMillan and Necton shared 10 goals, with seven of them going to MacMillan.

Adam Key helped himself to a hat-trick with Ryan Alexander bagging twice.

Gary Green and Michael Richardson also scored for ‘The Green Army’.

Necton shared their three goals amongst three different scorers.

On target for them were Jamie Titmarsh, Mark Brock and Mitchell Thomson.