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It's ten wins out of 10 for league leaders

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Division One

CSKA completed the first part of the season in style with a 10-4 home win against The Woodman’s Cottage, writes Will Jones.

This not only kept their 100 per cent record intact with 10 wins out of 10, but it also secured them the Hardy Sheen trophy.

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A hat-trick from Keiron Hamilton and braces from Max Mattless and Jake Miller, supported by Jordan Goult, Alex Forth and Joe Reed secured victory.

Woodman’s Cottage netted through Sam Moses (2) and singles from Kensey Carter and Kai Scott-Henson.

Division Two

The new Division Two format began with West Lynn Athletic securing their first three points with a hard-working 5-0 display against a depleted Southery ASA.

A hat-trick from Man-of-the Match Matty Gollands was supported with efforts from Adam Leadley and Sam Garrod.

With both West Lynn Athletic and March Sunday winning, this shall be a very open league with any one of the six teams in with a realistic chance of claiming the title.

West Winch William Burt opened their campaign with a home match against a resurgent Shouldham side.

Shouldham had two goals from Martyn Williams and further efforts from Jon Murphy and Reece Westwood.

League Cup

March Sunday faced Ingoldisthorpe in the first round with the winners to face CSKA Reserves in the next stage.

Despite being beaten by Ingoldisthorpe two weeks earlier, March Sunday were determined to win this game, which was reflected by their strong performance.

Ingoldisthorpe were swept away with goals from Charlie Dean and the very impressive Jermaine Watson for a 2-0 win.


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