Flitcham Bell get first point of Sunday season

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League action was the order of the day as both divisions returned to the ‘bread and butter’, writes Rob Bunting.


Flitcham Bell finally got their season up and running with their first point of the season in a crazy 4-4 draw at home to Dersingham Social Club.

Recent signing Sam Hewitt bagged a pair of goals and was joined on the scoresheet by Ryan Taylor and Ashley Woodhouse.

Dersingham notched through the prolific Anton Ely, who notched thrice, with Harry Nash scoring the other.

England’s Hope travelled to Lynnsport to take on FANG and came away comfortable 6-1 victors to remain the firm favourites for the title.

Matty Dye scored for FANG but one goal is never enough against Hope and they showed their superiority by scoring through Paul Richardson 2, Michael Chow, Sam Whyborn, Ben Jimson and Ben Norman.

Clenchwarton got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win over Sutton St James, which was played at Sutton.

The game was tight with a 0-0 scoreline at half-time but goals from Lee Dix, Matty Yates and MoM Alex Forth gave Victory a 3-0 lead before Joe Johnson pulled one back with 15 minutes to go for Sutton.

We thank Sutton for switching the game late in the week.

Chilvers ran riot over West Lynn and ran out 7-1 winners. Joe Jackson and Jack Johnson both helped themselves to braces whilst Jamie Burgess, Ash Keegan and Danny Jezeph each scored one apiece.

Nathan Young grabbed a consolation for West Lynn.


In the all-CSKA battle, bragging rights went to the Reserves who overcame the Young Boys by three goals to two. Aiden Rouse scored twice for Young Boys but the winning goals for Reserves came from Joe Grange, Nathan Watson and Joe Lee.

Necton went goal-crazy and stuck 10 past Tydd St Mary without reply. Goals came from Nathan Bailey 5, Blair Cameron 4 and Mitchell Thomson.

In an all-Cambs affair Elm travelled to March and came away 7-4 victors. A Dale Richardson hat-trick and a Shane Knight strike got March on the board, but goals from Kensey Carter 4, Leon Murphy 2 and Billy Ryan gave Elm the points.

MacMillan battled hard against Three Holes in another all-Cambs affair and thanks to some last ditch defending, MacMillan were 3-2 winners.

Ash Goodale and Dan Cowell scored for the valiant losers and Lyndon Woods, Michael Richardson and Ivan Crisp scored for the winners.

CR Eastern remain top of Division Two after a 5-2 win over Shouldham, but only by virtue of goal difference over Heacham.

CR scorers: Brad Key and braces for Curtis Morais and Nathan Powley. Shouldham scorers not sent in.

Heacham closed the goal difference gap on CR to just four with an emphatic 17-0 win over West Winch William Burt. Heacham scored through Scott Deadman 7, Josh Everett 3, Ryan Mellor 2, Harry Peel 2, Adam Peel, Tom Williams and an own goal.