CSKA Emneth are the comeback kings
In a dress rehearsal for this weekend’s County Cup clash between the two sides, CSKA Emneth were the comeback kings during their trip to Chilvers in Division One.
Chilvers enjoyed the better start in this top-of-the-table clash of the Walker Construction-sponsored Lynn Sunday League, with a brace from Danny Jezeph giving them a 2-0 advantage at half-time.
CSKA Emneth showed great character and passion in the second half and a fightback led to efforts from Jack Rawson, Max Mattless and Toby Allen to secure a fantastic 3-2 victory and protect an unbeaten nine-match run in the league.
Congratulations to CSKA Emneth for securing the first piece of silverware of the season with the Hardy Sheen Trophy.
Man-of-the-match went to Alex Forth for a fine performance.
October team of the month England’s Hope travelled to West Lynn Sunday who, although bottom of the League, played some strong football in the first half and were unlucky to find themselves trailing 2-1 at half-time after a fine strike from debutant Ash Smith.
England’s Hope dominated the second half and stretched their lead further with four goals from James Dougal and efforts from Ben Jimson, Jack Brand, Anthony Melton and Ben Norman securing an 8-1 success.
This result saw England’s Hope secure their top-five place. In October, the team bagged three wins in as many games, scoring 18 goals and conceding none.
West Winch William Burt hosted Southery ASA and an entertaining end-to-end game was reflected in a final 3-3 scoreline.
The visitors scored through Luke Jackson, Harry Morton and Matty Weeds.
West Winch replied through Callum McDermid and a brace from Jack Walker.
Both teams will now play in Division Two of the newly-created league format.