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Watlington's title hopes temporarily on hold after King's Lynn Soccer Club defeat

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The top two in Division One went head-to-head on Saturday with Watlington knowing that a win would secure the league title and take them just two games away from an unbeaten season.

But the result didn’t go as planned for the table toppers as KLSC FC cruised to a comfortable 4-0 victory to give them the slightest of hope of catching their nearest opponents.

Thomas Harwood and Callum McDermid each found themselves on the scoresheet for the away side.

King's Lynn Soccer Club. (48016335)
King's Lynn Soccer Club. (48016335)

Docking travelled to the Divisions bottom side, Marshland Saints, but made gaining three points hard work. Michael Wood scored the only goal for the Rangers.

In Division Two there was the warm-up of this season’s league cup final as Castle Rising hosted Ingoldisthorpe.

The teams will face off on May 4 at Fakenham Town and there should be plenty of goals judging by the 5-2 win for Ingoldisthorpe from this weekend’s game.

Jake Ess and Jack Rake each found the net for their respective sides.

Terrington hosted the A17 derby as they defeated local rivals, Clenchwarton, 4-0.

The result takes them up to fourth in the table and scorers included Kodie Turvey, Callum Hawes and Ellis Boxall.

Second placed, Reffley, warmed up for this weekend’s top-of-the-table clash with a 4-2 away win against KLSC Reserves.

Charlie Edgley claimed a brace for the reds whilst Daniel Berry and Harry Daw found the net for the home team.

AFC Lynn Napier Reserves completed their table-topping season without losing a game and only drawing twice all year.

They hosted Ingoldisthorpe Reserves and successfully claimed revenge for Thorpe knocking them out of the league cup semi-final just last weekend.

They claimed a resounding 4-1 victory which saw Charlie Royle score all four.

This weekend AFC Lynn Napier host Costessey Sports in the Norfolk Primary Cup semi-final and we all at the league wish them the best of luck.

Terrington Reserves will be happy with their progress this season and they secured second place with a dominant 5-1 win at West Winch Reserves.

Thomas Nunn scored a brace to add to goals from Wayne Mitchell, Bradley Rix and Harry Bennett.

Finally this week in Division Three, Marshland Saints Reserves bounced back from last week’s defeat to claim maximum points against KLSC A.

Frankie Wright and Joe Elliott found the net in a 2-1 success.

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