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AFC Lynn Napier make it four wins from as many games in North West Norfolk Football League



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Another football filled weekend in West Norfolk saw a mass of goals involving the local sides.

Division Three saw a number of teams on county cup duty, AFC Lynn Reserves made it four wins from four with an 8-0 victory over Swaffham Town A.

Marshland Saints Reserves and Upwell Town Reserves will also be happy to progress after wins against Rocklands United and Necton Reserves.

Weeting pic (52232672)
Weeting pic (52232672)

League action saw just three games take place and frontrunners, West Winch Reserves, overcome a youthful Docking Development by 4-1.

Docking looked on track for their first point of the season at half time, but Winch eventually came out convincingly.

Another youthful side in KLSC FC A enjoyed their trip to Weeting Saxons with a 6-0 victory.

Goals from Dan Berry (x2) and Noah Ess saw them three goals to the good after just 10 minutes.

Finally, there was a closely contested 3-3 draw between Terrington Reserves and Ingoldisthorpe Reserves. Harry Bennett came off the Terrington bench to claim his third goal of the season.

Division one pacesetters, Heacham Reserves, continued their good form with a 3-0 home victory over Docking.

New signing Curtis Morais claimed a brace for the promotion chasers.

The Magpies will be looking to continue their promising form in the hope of Anglian Combination football for next season.

Birchwood made it a third win in a row as goals from Sean Wilson and Dan Kerry saw them beat Upwell Town 2-1.

Marshland Saints hosted the tightest contest of the day as they went down 4-3 to Gayton A.

Tommy Rix had an eventful game with two goals and a yellow card for his troubles.

Dersingham Reserves and Watlington added three points to their season totals and they beat Snettisham and Denver respectively.

There was no league football action in Division Two, with most teams taking part in the first round of the Norfolk FA Primary Cup.

Ingoldisthorpe continued their strong start to the season with an 11-0 (eleven) victory against Longham Reserves.

William Bradshaw and Shakur Casalerio each made a claim for the match ball with a hat-trick each.

West Winch, Heacham Social Club, Terrington, Reffley and Clenchwarton also joined them in the second-round draw.

Each week we invite all teams to send squad pictures or match photographs which can be included in the weekly report.

These can be sent to the league Twitter account: @NWNLeague.



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