With leaders Southery ASA and second place Shouldham not in action third spot side takes advantage
Walker Construction Lynn Sunday League by Will Jones Division Two
Ingoldisthorpe 5 West Winch William Burt 2
With leaders Southery ASA and second place Shouldham not in action, it was a chance for third place Ingoldisthorpe to gain ground.
A first half hat-trick from Simon Bush was enough for a 3-1 half-time lead. Second half was a much closer affair with William Burt playing some attractive football and despite a brace from Jack Walker, it was Ingoldisthorpe who went further ahead with goals from Ashley Prosper and Kyle Hitchcock.
West Lynn Athletic 4 March Sunday 7
West Lynn worked hard to get this game played, as their own pitch was water logged.
A switch to the Lynnsport 3G suited the visitors more, especially James Harness who scored five in an 11-goal thriller. This win lifted March Sunday off the bottom with further goals from James Schumann and Ross Alexander. In reply, Winch scored through a Sam Garrod brace, Stewart Scott and Adam Dickson in a highly entertaining game.
CSKA Reserves 3 The Woodsman’s Cottage 1.
CSKA Reserves did their 1st team a huge favour by denying Cottage the win they required for a shot at the title.
Reserves' Nathan Watson was the hero of the day with a hat-trick and a man of the match performance.
In reply, it was Jermaine Watson who scored for the visitors, but the goal and the performance were not enough on the day, as the title and congratulations go to CSKA’s first team who, without having to play, are crowned as Division 1 champions.