Necton cap debut season by going King’s Lynn League nap over West Winch

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As the season enters its penultimate month, titles and cup finals start to appear on the horizon.

England’s Hope cruised to a 10-1 win over a dogged and spirited nine-man Clenchwarton. Clenchwarton certainly didn’t roll over and still tried to play the game in the right way.

England’s Hope though are a frightening prospect even when you have 11 players so this was only ever going to end one way.

James Taylor did get Clenchwarton a consolation but Hope romped home with goals from Sam Whyborn 3, Joe Whyborn 2, Michael Chow 2, Charlie Twyman, Paul Richardson and Cory Collins.

This result leaves Hope needing just one more point to win the league.

Chilvers keep winning and are just hoping Hope slip up but it seems in vain now. Chilvers, thanks to Danny Jezeph and Ash Keegan, saw off West Lynn 2-0.

CSKA hosted Flitcham Bell and emerged 7-1 victors as they battle Chilvers for second spot in the league. Nathan Watson and Arron McKenna both smashed in braces with Max Mattless, Kai Ruff and Jake Graham also scoring. Karl Tansley smashed in from 25 yards to get Flitcham on the scoresheet.


Necton rounded off their debut season with a 5-0 win over West Winch William Burt. Nathan Bailey, as he has done so much this season, smashed in twice with Jamie Titmarsh, Connor Sharman and Justin Powley also scoring. We hope to see Necton back next season.

Hosts Shouldham and Three Holes Tigers shared six goals in a thriller. Dan Cowell notched along with a pair for Jack Dougal, for Three Holes. Shouldham scored through Rob O’ Donnell, Adam Warner and Dan Harper.

In a top of the table clash at Runcton Holme, CR Eastern emerged victorious in a battle with MacMillan. Both sides played some great football in a great advert for Division Two football.

CR came away 3-1 victors thanks to Curtis Morais 2 and Kai Neve; Anthony Melton for MacMillan.