Snettisham inspired by Green brothers in Norfolk Junior Cup
Saturday saw Norfolk County FA Junior Cup football return to West Norfolk.
Four goals from George Green and two from Joe Green helped Snettisham ease past Rocklands with a 10-0 home victory.
The Maroons will be hoping result will kick-start their season, as they currently sit bottom of Division One.
Denver will also be disappointed with their start to the league season; however, they will also be playing in the junior cup third round.
They came from behind defeat Aylsham Reserves 4-3 away from home, Mark Smith claiming double goals once again, taking his total for the current campaign to eight goals.
Docking Rangers found themselves locked in a tight contest away to Long Stratton Reserves.
After 120 minutes they found themselves locked in a 1-1 draw and penalties were needed to decide the tie. Thankfully, Rangers goalkeeper, Aaron Howell, displayed some shoot-out heroics to help them through to the third round.
Thomas Hawkins scored the goal for the away side.
Marshland Saints will be bitterly disappointed not to be joining Docking Rangers in the next round.
They sadly were on the wrong end of a penalty shoot-out defeat to Earsham FC.
Goals from Dave Abbott, Steven Cooke and Callum Rodgers had helped them to a 4-4 draw after extra-time.
Heacham Reserves went down 5-2 away to East Harling, they will now be looking to push on with their league form.
The only league game involving Division One sides saw KLSC FC defeat Gayton United A 8-0.
Thomas Wagg claimed four goals, along with Elliot Prentice, Connor Walker and Thomas Hillard also finding the net.
Just two games took place in Division Two, with both Castle Rising and Reffley continuing their fine start to the season.
Two goals from hot shot, Jack Rake, helped Rising to a 5-2 win over KLSC FC Reserves.
Reffley extended their lead at the top of the league to four points with a 4-0 victory over Weeting Saxons.
Jack Cropley scored another two goals for the Reds to take his season tally to 11 goals.