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.
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.
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.