North West Norfolk League Division Three
Hunstanton Reserves 0 Denver 5
Matthew Wolfe scored four as Denver extended their unbeaten run to five games and took over as league leaders with a comfortable win at Hunstanton.
Keeper Nick Martin ensured Denver kept another clean sheet with a superb double save before Wolfe gave them a one goal advantage six minutes before the break.
Liam Oliver scored Denver’s second eight minutes after the break before Wolfe completed his hat-trick with two goals in a minute and then added the fifth three minutes from time.
PKS Construction /Morris Armitage Denver MoM: Matthew Wolfe.
Marham Wanderers 7 Springwood 2
Springwood went out of the Primary Cup to a very impressive Wanderers side.
Springwood started well against the higher league opposition and took a shock lead thanks to Sam Hewitt.
With the game still 1-0 Anthony Pegg made an unbelievable double save to keep Springwood ahead. Springwood’s defence held firm until Marham seized on a mistake to level and then hit two in quick succession.
Marham showed their class in the second half adding another four goals,
Ken Diggins added a late second for Springwood whose work ethic was superb.
MoM: Pegg, Cottington, Staunton and Ellis.
Dersingham Reserves 8 Horsford Res 1
Dersingham Reserves started really well and were awarded a penalty after two minutes which Wood converted.
Sinclair scored, Wood got his second and a long range Burgess shot found the net.
Sinclair got his second, then came the goal of the game from Ben Oliver after a thunderbolt shot.
Wood then completed his hat-trick to send Rovers in at half-time 7-0 up.
Horsford pulled a goal back and Sinclair completed his hat-trick to push the Reserves up to third in the table.