Whyborns on target as Hope maintain perfect record

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The England’s Hope train just keeps on rolling and this week’s victims were Long Sutton, succumbing to a 6-2 defeat at Marshland Smeeth.

This win makes it five from five in the league for Hope. Hope goals: Sam Whyborn 2, Joe Whyborn, Damon Gunns, Justin Uddin and Michael Chow. Sutton: Paul Newcombe and Mark Garner.

FANG remain second, three points behind, after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Burt FC, Lewis Osborne netting the only goal of the game.

Chilvers sit a further three points back from FANG but stay in the title hunt, thanks to a 7-4 away win over Clenchwarton Victory. Alan Cook led the way with a hat trick and Aaron Proctor bagged twice. Kris Smith and Jack Johnson also scored. Clenchwarton scored against the defending champions through Shaun Copeland and an Adam Mason hat-trick.

CSKA Emneth take their win/loss record against the Horsepigs to 2 and 1, after they came out 4-2 on top. Jon Sykes and Aaron Hodson notched for the Pigs but Kai Ruff, Scott Wylie, Joe Gallagher and an OG scored for CSKA.


Farmers Arms won their first league game of the season, and secured back to back wins, after beating Tydd St Mary 2-1 in a close affair.

Ryan Andrews got Tydd on the score sheet, but Tydd couldn’t add to that solitary strike, and it cost them dear as Jake Seekings and Ryan Horton won the game.

Tilney GL and Wisbech Social played out a fantastic 3-3 draw, Jason Chilton twice and Jordi Scott-Henson scoring for the Green Lions. Social netted through Ant Melton and Jonathon Summers twice.

Sutton continue to bulldoze everyone in their path, this time March Saracens fell to a surprisingly heavy 5-0 home defeat. Ash Godfrey and Bradley Easey scored singles, with the division’s top scorer Jake Clitheroe adding a hat-trick.

Flitcham v CR Eastern was postponed.


Dersingham Social Club continue their seemingly relentless march towards the title with a 6-2 destruction of Horsepigs Reserves.

Despite Matt Willis bagging twice for the Pigs, victory was assured thanks to Anton Ely 3, Luke Biles 2 and Harry Nash. Dersingham have a perfect record and a goal difference of +29.

Elm claimed a hard-fought 2-1 win over Watlington, who seem to be getting closer to that first win. Max Gilly scored for Watlington but Matt Ashby and Joseph Moat secured the points.

Heacham Reserves bagged a morale-boosting 2-0 win over River Lane, as they ended Lane’s unbeaten start to the season, goals coming from Josh Everett and Timmy Pepper.

West Lynn sit three points off top spot thanks to a 5-1 away win over Fleet.

Marcus Gilbertson scored for Fleet for the second week running. West Lynn won comfortably; Josh Smith, Lawrence Thetford, Nathan Young, Jonathon Smith and James Van Der Velde securing the points.