Tydd St Mary halt West Winch William Burt’s bid to reach maiden final

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CSKA Young Boys were awaiting the winners in the final as Tydd St Mary hosted West Winch William Burt in a game switched to Sutton Bridge after Tydd’s pitch was declared unplayable.

Neither Tydd nor this incarnation of Burt have ever played in a final before so the motivation was there to progress.

Tydd romped into their maiden final with an emphatic 7-0 win. Jamie Taylor led the way with three goals, supported by a Ryan Jones brace and single strikes from Ryan Smith and Gary Simons.

The final, held at Wisbech Town FC, against CSKA Young Boys, will be played on Sunday, April 17, with a 1.30pm kick-off.



On Sunday Chilvers and Old White Bell avoided potential banana skins and progressed to the semis.

Chilvers had a straight forward 3-0 win over MacMillan, and if not for wayward shooting, could have been more. Chilvers shared the goals between Danny Jezeph, Joe Jackson and James Tricks.

Old White Bell faced a much tougher task in overcoming Heacham, needing penalties to win through.

The game finished 3-3 at full time and with no further goals in extra time, the dreaded shoot out was needed.

Old White Bell kept their nerve to win 3-1 on spot kicks.

Josh Everitt 2 and Elliot Wilson scored for Heacham with Joe Allen 2 and John Murphy scoring for ‘Bell.


Flitcham Bell made it two league wins for the season with a 4-2 success over West Lynn.

Flitcham raced into a 3-0 lead after 15 minutes, scoring through Connor Parnell, Ash Woodhouse and a controversial penalty from Sam Hewitt.

Hewitt added one before West Lynn pulled one back from the spot on the stroke of half time.

West Lynn pushed hard in the second half and pulled a second back through a towering Sam Garrod header but Flitcham held firm for the win.

CSKA kept up their potential title challenge with a 7-2 away win at Tilney.

The Lions scored through Jordi Scott-Henson and Evaldes Pinalis but the visitors made sure of the win in some style through Lewis Thompson 2, Callum Fendley, Jordan Goult, Jack Newman, Nathan Watson and Kai Ruff.


CR Eastern finally got back to winning ways with a resounding 11-1 success over CSKA Reserves.

Paul Moore went nap with 5, with Curtis Morais bagging a hat-trick.

Connor Walker, Daniel Kerry and Ashley Prosper all scored once. Tom Dack grabbed a consolation for CSKA.

Necton and March shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Dan Smethurst scored for March with Jamie Titmarsh scoring for Necton.

CSKA Young Boys and Shouldham faced each other for the second time in two weeks and battled out a 3-3 draw.

The goals were shared between six different scorers with Matty Ryan, Harry Brundle and Lewis Tegerdine scoring for Young Boys and Liam Thorpe, Dan Harper and Adam Warner for Shouldham.

Elm racked up an entertaining 5-3 away win over Three Holes. Anth Horn 2, Richard Hunt, Shane Green and Bill Ryan all scored for Elm.

Three Holes scorers: David Knights, Dan Hempson and Toby Retchless.