West Norfolk Scaffolding Lynn Sunday League –
Norfolk Senior Sunday Cup
After last week’s call-off due to their opponents participating in the FA Sunday Cup, CSKA travelled to Norwich to fulfil their fixture against one of the favourites in Riverside.
In an entertaining game Riverside FC came out on top with a 3-1 win and proceed to the next round; scorer for CSKA was Arron McKenna.
Elsewhere, with some tasty looking ties on paper the biggest game of the day was at Kingsway where Chilvers entertained last year’s Division One winners Englands Hope.
With both teams missing a few players the game could have gone either way. Hope with goals from Joe Whyborn, Sam Whyborn and Justin Uddin came out on top with a 3-2 win. Goalscorers for Chilvers were Billy Smith and Danny Nicholls.
FANG ran out convincing winners with a seven-goal haul against Tilney Green Lions, James Ringwood 2, Ryan Juby, Joseph Malby, Alex Oughton, Jack Rawson and an own goal. Adam Key bagged the consolation for the Green Lions.
Old White Bell entertained Sutton St James knowing that the winner would top the group. It was Old White Bell who took the spoils with a 4-2 victory, Joe Allen hitting a hat-trick and John Murphy adding another one to his tally for the season, replying for Sutton St James was Alan Burch and Corban Oldham.
Team of the Month for September C R Eastern took on Heacham and played out an eventful 3-3 draw, goals for CR Eastern came from Daniel Kerry, Curtis Morais and an own goal. Heacham replied with goals from George Patience 2 and Garry Mortimer.
Richard Hunt hit a hat-trick and had great support from Leon Murphy 2 and Kensey Carter as Elm ran out 6-2 winners over a young West Winch William Burt team who replied through Marcus Lusher and an own goal.
Macmillan welcomed Shouldham to Wisbech and won 2-1 with goals from Ivan Crisp and Ricky Melton. This win sees them take runners-up in their group, Shouldham’s consolation goal coming from Dan Edwards.
March Saracens welcomed CSKA Young Boys knowing that a win would see them also in the runners-up spot. They duly delivered and ran out 5-3 winners with goals from Matthew Cox 2, Ash Imply, Dale Richardson and James Hazel. CSKA Young Boys replied through Aiden Rouse 2 and Harry Bundle.
Three Holes had the longest trip of the day travelling to Necton. They made the trip worthwhile as they came away with a 5-4 win, goals coming from Dan Hempson 2, Toby Retchless, David Knights and Dan Cowel.
Necton’s goals: Nathan Bailey 3 and Jamie Titmarsh.
Tydd St Mary won their first game of the season in style as they hit a strong CSKA Reserves team for seven.
A great all round performance from Tydd with goals from Ben Dye 2, Ben Thompson, Ryan Brothwell, Dan Monaghan, Timmy Lowe and Joe Evling-White seeing them home. CSKA goals: Joe Lee 2, Scott Wylie and Kai Ruff.