King's Lynn Soccer School in seventh heaven in North West Norfolk Football League
King’s Lynn Soccer School’s reserve team were in seventh heaven in their latest North West Norfolk Football League fixture.
The Division Three outfit found their scoring boots in the second half to see off a battling Reffley side.
Two 16-year-olds were both on target forKLSC Reserves who scored at regular intervals after the break.
Both teams appeared to field a youthful side along with a couple of more experienced heads.
Half time and both teams came in 0-0 thanks largely in part to Reffley Keeper Yan Lawrence, who kept KLSC out, despite being under constant pressure for the most part.
In the second half, KLSC kept the ball for large parts.
Ash Collop opened the scoring with a pea roller of a goal putting it to the right of Lawrence.
KLSC kept the pressure up and were rewarded with Daniel Grange, 16, banging in four goals along with Harry Carter who also added to the tally.
Newcomer Chris Scammell also got in on the action. Reffley were unable to reply.
Many thanks to Norfolk Flooring Ltd for sponsoring the team and man-of-the-match Daniel Grange, who also got awarded Donkey of the day.
Snettisham 3 Heacham 1
Snettisham had to work hard in this close fought game and all their squad played their part to give them the victory.
Heacham scored an early goal through Ahmed Rhoutibut Snettisham replied through two fine goals from the unpredictable Kenny Rushton and a brilliant finish from Jordan Penty.
Heacham’s man-of-the-match was named as the skillful Kayvan Rawlings and Snettisham’s was the excellent Scott Heffer.
n On Monday, Norfolk FA announced that they had suspended all football activity in the county until Friday, April 3. The decision was taken following an emergency board meeting.
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