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Upwell Town up to third spot following third successive win



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Upwell Town climbed up to third in the table as they inflicted defeat on Heacham Reserves.

Goals from Alex Neve, Sam Cubberley and Ricky Mason gave Town a comfortable 3-0 victory and now makes it three victories in a row.

KLSC FC left Birchwood happy after a 3-1 victory. Sean Wilson found the net for Birchwood but this was soon to be cancelled out by Thomas Harwood, Scott Moore and Thomas Wagg.

Players at The Walks. (53163075)
Players at The Walks. (53163075)

Elsewhere in Division One, Dersingham Reserves hosted Gayton United A and claimed a 2-1 victory, Jack Bolderstone and Harry Sands scoring the goals.

Division Two saw a rampant Reffley score 13 (thirteen) goals away to The Woottons.

Charlie Dungey and Charlie Edgley claimed four goals apiece whilst Eddie McGahren claimed another triple to take his season total to 11.

Dean Kerr of Clenchwarton also prompted a £4 donation from the league as he helped his side to a 7-1 win at home to West Winch.

Jordan Mace scored the single goal for the away side.

Paul Carr and James Langely scored a goal each to make it nine and six for the season respectively.

Their goals helped Weeting Saxons to a 2-2 draw at KLSC FC reserves whilst a Luke Venny goal was enough for Watlington Reserves to beat Terrington by a solo goal.

Marshland Saints Reserves were the biggest winners in Division Three after a 12-0 win away at Weeting Saxons Reserves, Lewis Sparks scoring a hat-trick.

Docking Development picked up their third win of the season with a hard fought, but deserved 6-3 win against Upwell Town Reserves.

The Development side showcased their new signing, Jordan Pentny, and he repaid them with three goals.

Just the 14 goals scored in the game between West Winch Reserves and Runcton Holme.

It was Holme who picked up an 8-6 away win with scorers including Luke Fisher, Robert Addis and Henry Overton helping them to a challenging three points.

Finally, there was also victories for AFC Lynn Napier Reserves and Terrington Reserves as they beat sides from Ingoldisthorpe and KLSC FC.

Saturday saw all North West Norfolk League games respect a minute silence to remember those who defended our freedoms during the world wars.

The league also chose to donate £1 per goal scored, to The Royal British Legion, and were pleased to say the total sum donated was a fantastic £85.

n Don’t forget, any pictures to go with the round-up should be sent to: james92pollard@yahoo.co.uk



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