King's Lynn Soccer School continue winning streak
Saturday saw four games take place in Division One of the MG Building Maintenance North West Norfolk Football League, with each team successfully finding the net.
King’s Lynn Soccer School have started the season in tremendous style and continued their winning run with a 7-1 victory over Reffley.
Six different scorers found the net for the West Lynn side whilst Joe Woodhouse scored the consolation goal for Reffley.
Birchwood claimed their first three points of the season with a 2-1 victory over Marshland Saints.
Charlie Edgley’s goal was unable to prevent Marshland falling to their first league loss of the season while Dion Evans and Liam Youngs found the net for Birchwood.
The local derby between Snettisham and Heacham Reserves saw a six-goal contest finish all square (more in right column), with a Fletcher Toll brace and Ahmed Rhaouti completing the scoring for Heacham.
Another game which finished all square was Denver vs Dersingham Reserves, as they played out a closely contested 1-1 draw.
Division Two saw a quite unbelievable game between Clenchwarton and West Winch finish 8-6 to the home side.
The game included a hat-trick for both Dean Kerr (Clenchwarton) and Jack Bradley (West Winch).
In addition to the 14 goals scored at Clenchwarton, the encounter between Watlington and AFC Lynn Napier Reserves mustered up another 12 between them.
Watlington however, were nothing but convincing as the came out 11-1 winners.
Dan Harpley scored seven and Joshua Ford claimed a triple for the home side.
Upwell Town made it three league wins from three as they overcame Terrington 4-1.
John Whyborn again amongst the scorers to take his season tally to nine.
Elsewhere in the division, Dersingham Development and Docking both played out 2-2 draws with Castle Rising and Ingoldisthorpe respectively.
Division Three saw victories for KLSC Reserves, Watlington Reserves and West Winch Reserves whilst Weeting, The Woottons, Hunstanton and Marshland Reserves all claimed a point from their games.
Tonight sees the 2019/2020 Division Two League Cup final being played at Fakenham Town FC’s ground.
Teams from KLSC and Marshland Saints will compete in what is expected to be nothing other than an exciting game of football.
Supporters are actively encouraged to attend the cup final with 25 per cent of all admission fees being donated to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Bereavement Suite Appeal.
An attendance limit of 300 is in place with all supporters being asked to use the NHS Track and Trace system upon entry.
The admission fee is £4 for adults and £1 for under-16s, with no change given.