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Nelson at the treble as reserves stay top

Peterborough League

Division One

Langtoft Utd 0

King’s Lynn Town Res 5

Nelson Moriera hit a hat-trick as King’s Lynn Town Reserves maintained top spot in the table.

Jack Frohawk and man-of-the-match Luke Biles were also on target as Lynn delivered a five-star display with some slick football.

The young Linnets were sharp in possession and efficient and clinical in the final third, while goalkeeper Jack Johnson wasn’t tested.

Thurlow Nunn

Division One

Swaffham Town 6

Debenham LC 1

Swaffham Town provided another goal feast for their fans as they hit Debenham LC for six at Shoemakers Lane – thanks to another Joe Jackson hat-trick.

The deadlock was broken in the ninth minute when Jamie Buhlemann powered home a perfectly-weighted Vincent corner.

Vincent doubled Swaffham’s advantage in the 26th minute with a delicate chip from a Jack Redhead pass.

Richard Cornwall headed in number three, although Debenhamdid reply on the stroke of half-time.

Debenham started the second half strongly but soon had the wind taken from their sails when Jackson latched onto a Buhlemann through ball before netting in the 54th minute.

Swaffham goalkeeper Scott Cruickshank pulled off a number of crucial saves to keep his side in control.

Jackson bagged his second in the 69th minute, after Michael Thompson had Ashley St John combined.

The in-form Jackson collected another matchball when he completed his treble with eight minutes left.

Halstead 4

Downham Town 1

Assistant Downham boss Pete Brassett blasted the match officials as his side suffered on the road.

Brassett said: “The turning point came when Halstead were awarded a penalty early in the second half when they were already a goal up.

“It was never a penalty and Ryan Charalambous clearly won the ball.

“We have played worse this season and won.”

Luke Plumb scored Downham’s consolation.

 

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