King's Lynn Soccer Club clinch league title
King’s Lynn Soccer Club have concluded a momentous campaign by clinching the Division One title in the North West Norfolk League.
Needing a point from their final game, KLSC were confirmed as champions without kicking a ball after Denver conceded last night’s scheduled match between the sides.
The side were looking to bounce back from last week’s cup final heartbreak as they travelled to Upwell Town in the George Graver Cup.
However, it was the strengthened home side who progressed to the next round.
A brace from Sam Cubberley and one from Jamie Leet was enough for them to overcome the newly-crowned Division One title winners 3-1.
In the same competition, Heacham Reserves entertained the Division Two champions, Ingoldisthorpe.
Thorpe were looking to test themselves against higher ranked opposition in preparation for next season but were on the wrong end of a 4-1 result. Max Andrew scored the consolation goal for the away side.
Division One League Cup winners Watlington once again had goalkeeper James Dougal to thank as they won their second penalty shootout in less than a week.
Jake Fenn and Harry Morton scored as they drew 2-2 with Marshland Saints.
It took penalties to decide the winner of the tie and Dougal managed to keep out three Saints penalties to see his side progress into the quarter-finals of the Graver Cup.
Dersingham Development travelled to West Winch in the last game of the Division Two season and returned with a 5-1 victory. Joe Collision found his name on the scoresheet four times whilst Elliott Wilson claimed the other.
Upwell Reserves hosted West Winch Reserves in the Charlie Day cup and progressed to the semi-finals with a 4-1 victory.
Kieran Hamilton and Ricky Melton each claimed a double whilst Dave Maser scored the consolation for Winch.
Weeting Saxons welcomed Terrington in what was the fourth time that the teams had faced off this season and it was the away side who walked away with a 4-1 victory.
Daniel Briggs, Ellis Boxall and Luke Reed all hit the target.