Gould rings up Old White Bell King’s Lynn Sunday League cup double hat-trick

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It was game day two of the League Cup Group stage on Sunday, and a few surprises were sprung.


Sutton St James sit top with four points after seeing off Necton in a competitive game, played by two good sides.

League chairman Nigel Moulton watched this game and felt that both sides were a credit to the league.

Jake Clitheroe found his shooting boots with a hat-trick, Alan Burch bagged twice with an unfortunate own goal completing their scoring.

Nathan Bailey and the ministerial Blair Cameron netted for Necton.

Old White Bell sit level with Necton on three points, after blasting 11 without reply past Three Holes.

Goals: Jake Gould (6), John Murphy (2), Rob Eves (2) and Matt Weeds.


Chilvers qualified with a 6-2 away win over CSKA Reserves. The game was closer than the score line suggests. Nathan Watson and Toby Killingsworth scored for CSKA Reserves but scorers Alan Cook 3, James Tricks, Arron Proctor and Joe Jackson ensured qualification.

Englands Hope also qualified by virtue of a walkover win over Tydd, who couldn’t raise a side.


Dersingham top Group C with six points after a hard-earned 0-4 win over Shouldham with goals from Sean Ely 2, Sam Peck and Harry Nash.

Dersy only need to avoid defeat against Burt in their last game to qualify for the knockout stage.

MacMillan were given a walkover win as Burt couldn’t raise a side.


The group of death saw both Division Two sides beating Division One opponents.

CR Eastern undoubtedly had the result of the day, beating FANG 6-3. FANG goals: Ryan Juby, Tom Cunliffe and Michael Wood; Eastern: Shane Grimes 2, Connor Walker 2, Lewis Killick and Curtis Morais.

Heacham beat Tilney GL 7-0. Goals from Scott Deadman 3, George Patience 2, Fed Pezella and Tom Williams.


West Lynn and March Saracens were given walkover wins over CSKA Young Boys and Flitcham Bell respectively. West Lynn sit top with six points, with Flitcham and March level on three.


Clenchwarton qualified with an emphatic 16-1 away win over nine-man West Winch William Burt. Four ex-Burt players found themselves on the scoresheet for Victory.

Goals, Burt: Jonathan Manning, Victory: hat-tricks for Dan Chapman, braces by Adam Mason and Ryan Barnes, Alex Forth and Olly Cox, with single strikes for Tyler Doades, Nick Curtis and player-manager Steve Thurston.

CSKA notched a 13-1 win over Elm and qualified with a game to spare.

CSKA goals: Arron McKenna 4, while it was like a dentist’s surgery at the Thomas Clarkson with braces for Max Matless, Kai Ruff, Joe Woods and Jack Newman, plus Jesse Hemmings a solitary strike.

Elm: Richard Hunt.