Lynn Sunday League semi-final encounters are full of goals
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Queen Elizabeth Cup semi-finals
West Winch William Burt 3
Both teams were at full strength for an exciting encounter full of end-to-end football which would have been worthy of the final itself.
West Winch, with home advantage, struck first on 17 minutes with a long-range shot that rebounded off a defender's head.
Ingoldisthorpe equalised, as Curtis Morais went past two defenders and scored with a close range shot for 1-1.
The goals continued to flow in the second half, with two headers for a Morais hat-trick, before West Winch pulled one back for 2-3.
Despite strong West Winch pressure and a great save by Ingoldisthorpe’s Jamie Smalley, it was Ingoldisthorpe who extended their lead through Ashley Prosper, only for West Winch to pull another goal back for 3-4.
Ingoldisthorpe finally secured their place in the final with another Morais goal.
West Winch scored through Callum McDermid, Alex Tweed and Tommy Hilliard.
Special mention to Andrew Waite, who had an excellent game as referee.
March Saracens Sunday 0
Shouldham strolled into the final with a 3-0 win over March Saracens who, despite playing some quality football, were unable to find the back of the net.
Shouldham scored through Martyn Williams and a brace from Joseph Malby.
The final will be played on April 14, at Heacham Football Club (1.30pm).
England’s Hope 0
Woodman’s Cottage 1
In a dress-rehearsal for the League Cup final and to secure runners-up spot in Division One, there was plenty to play for in this clash.
In an entertaining game, it was a Ryan Alexander goal which separated the two teams and gave the three points to Woodman’s Cottage, who finished second behind CSKA Emneth in the table.