Ryhall Utd 0
King’s Lynn Town Res 5
A clinical second half display saw King’s Lynn Town Reserves continue their good form.
Gino Livoti set up Nelson Moriera for Lynn’s first before Chez Rust helped himself to hat-trick.
Luis Duarte completed the scoring with a 30-yard stunner.
After the game manager Jonathan Hawes paid tribute to Shaun Stocker, who has been selected to play for the National Colleges side.
Hawes said: “Shaun is a terrific lad who gives his all and deserves the opportunities that come his way. He was desperate to playeven though he has struggled to train.
“He has taken some banter off the lads, although all involved are proud of him. He remains grounded and nothing shows that more than his attitude today in supporting the lads after we took the decision not to use him.”
MoM: Chez Rust.
A double from Ben Boyce saw Fakenham Town maintain their promotion push with a 2-1 victory at Debenham LC.
Downham Town suffered a 3-1 home reverse at the hands of league leaders Newmarket Town.
The Jockeys scored in the 18th and 73rd minutes before Matty Calvert reduced the arrears seven minutes from time.
Newmarket’s third goal arrived on the break in the 87th minute as the hosts poured forward in search of an equaliser.
Tomorrow night, Downham Under 18s host Soham (7.30pm).
Dersingham Rovers 2 Wroxham Res 3
Rovers started of the second half brightly, scoring two goals in five minutes through Matthew Blake and Trevor Daniels.
But a spirited fight back from Wroxham saw them win the game with two of their three goals arriving from 25 yards out.
MoM: Adam Seal.
Matchball sponsor: EH Priors Butchers.