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King's Lynn Soccer Club close in on league title



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King’s Lynn Soccer Club are now just one game away from stealing the Division One league title from Watlington in the final weeks of the season.

They played host to Docking on Saturday and triumphantly beat them 15-2 with Thomas Wagg scoring six to take his season total up to 50 goals in just 18 games.

KLSC FC now travel to Denver in their final game of the season knowing that a win will gift them the league title on goal difference.

James van Der Velde wins the ball back for West Winch Res. (56383245)
James van Der Velde wins the ball back for West Winch Res. (56383245)

Elsewhere in Division Two, Birchwood climbed up to fourth in the table with a 2-1 victory over Marshland Saints.

Kieran Mackender and substitute Dion Evans scored the decisive goals.

Ingoldisthorpe have now successfully been crowned Division Two champions after an 8-3 victory against KLSC FC Reserves. Dylan Ess found the net on four occasions for the victors, whilst Daniel Berry and Harry Daw were amongst the consolation scorers for Soccer Club.

Terrington made it two wins in just three days as they beat Clenchwarton 7-1 on Thursday and Dersingham Development 6-1 on Saturday.

Ben Harris scored a brace against the latter.

Castle Rising warmed up for their Wednesday night cup final with a 3-2 home win against Docking Reserves.

Matthew Pearson, Chay Sharpin and Jack Matkin all found the net during the game.

Finally, special mention goes to The Woottons, who recorded their first win of the season on Tuesday evening, as they defeated higher division Denver 6-2.

They will now progress into the next round of the George Graver Cup.



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