CSKA Reserves survive fightback in Lynn Sunday League
High-flying CSKA Reserves survived a second-half fightback from West Lynn Athletic in Division One.
Despite being 3-0 to the good at half-time and coasting, the Reserves found themselves on the receiving end of a gallant comeback and West Lynn were unlucky not to take at least a point as they eventually lost out by the odd goal in seven.
On target for CSKA Reserves were Nathan Watson and a hat-trick from William Ketteringham.
West Lynn Athletic scored through a brace from Adam Leadley and a goal from Sam Scott.
Ingoldisthorpe entertained Southery ASA and by half-time found themselves two goals in arrears through a brace from Harry Morton. A fightback from the home team started early in the second half with goals from Daniel Kerry, Ben English and a winner from Dan Fuller to complete a fine second-half performance and three points for Ingoldisthorpe following their third 3-2 win in six games.
Chilvers moved into the top five with another fine performance, the team improving with every game.
Four goals from Dylan Edge and another from Royce Rawlings were enough to convincingly beat West Winch William Burt 5-1. West Winch William Burt played some good quality football and scored through Callum McDermid.
Reigning champions England’s Hope faced third-placed The Woodman’s Cottage and, despite some strong resistance, Hope secured the points to move up the league standings.
Two goals from Dale Parnell were enough despite a goal from AJ Jolly in response from the Cottage.