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Errors lead to dominant first half display from CSKA Emneth

Lynn Sunday League


Division One

England’s Hope 1 CSKA Emneth 3

A very strong first half performance from CSKA Emneth was enough to take the three points.

Hope helped in their own downfall with several errors that led to three goals from Ollie Williams and a double from Keiron Hamilton as they trailed 3-0 at the interval.

Despite a better second half and a goal from Ben Fenn, it was not enough as CSKA came away with the win.

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Division Two

Shouldham 1

Ingoldisthorpe 1

Title hopefuls Shouldham and Ingoldisthorpe faced each other at Shouldham Bowls Club in a potential showdown for the eventual league winners.

The first half belonged to Ingoldisthorpe and a shot from Simon Bush on 28 minutes proved too strong for the Shouldham goalkeeper.

Jamie Smalley’s series of saves kept the score to 1-0 at the break before Shouldham dominated the second half.

After several clearances off the line and some great blocks by the Ingoldisthorpe defence, the goal finally arrived with two minutes remaining as Danny Miller fired home an equaliser

Special mention to referee Matthew Friend who had an excellent game.

West Winch William Burt 4

West Lynn Athletic 4

In a game of two halves, West Winch missed an open goal before West Lynn Athletic took control of the match.

West Lynn counter-attacked and scored four times before the break through Sam Hewitt, Christian Heffer and a brace from Travis Mortimer.

It was a different story after the interval as West Winch hit back after the break with goals from Callum South, an own goal and a brace from Jack Walker.

North West Norfolk League

Division One Cup

Snettisham 8 Ingoldisthorpe 1

Ingoldisthorpe kept trying till the end of the game but they met a Snettisham side who were in unstoppable form.

The irrepressible Danny Jezeph scored a hat-trick, Kenny Rushton scored two, while Tom Large and Callum Swan registered a goal a piece, with Mark Lloyd adding a trademark penalty.

Ingoldisthorpe’s solitary reply came from a superbly taken free-kick by Kieron Herbert.

Because of their first class performances, Snettisham named two players as man-of-the-match.

These were Danny Jezeph and Mark Lloyd respectively.

Special thanks to Connor Peck for refereeing the game.


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