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Thursday, December 5, 2013
Chilvers lost their unbeaten King’s Lynn Sunday League Division One record in emphatic style with a thumping 7-2 home defeat to Maltings.
Chilvers, who scored through Neil Goodbourn and Danny Jezeph, played most of the game with nine men and were punished. Ryan Scott (3), Jack Johnson, Tom McLeish, Kris Smith and Lewis Curson bagged for the victors. William Burt won 6-1 at CSKA Emneth, who led through Josh Bull. But Burt hit back through Shaun Giles (2), Chris Edgar, Sam Hewitt, Matty Gollands and Ben Ridgwell.
FANG sit second after a 12-5 win over Wisbech Wanderers. Jo Malby (3), Sam Garner (3), Alex Vincent (2), Chez Rust (2), Colin Buffham and Michael Rix scored. Wisbech bagged via Ivan Crisp (2), Jack Whyborn (2) and Ricky Melton. England’s Hope battled back from 3-1 down to earn a draw at Gaywood Park Rangers. GPR’s goals came from Chris Green, Ben Coe and Jody Lane with Hope responding through Joe Whyborn (2) and Ricky Gunns.
Jonny Marlow (2), Peter Sinclair (2) and Brad Key scored in Lynn Napier’s 5-2 win over Horsepigs, who scored through John Murphy. And 10-man Vulcatech went down bravely at league leaders Terrington. Matt Clayden, Matty Prudence and Kasim Beetlestone scored for the hosts, Dan Ford for ‘Tech.
In Division Two, Dan Fuller (2) scored for Flitcham but Jordan Penty (3), Karl Tansley (3), Lloyd Drewery (2) and Lewis Batterbee confirmed Hunstanton’s win. Billy Elliott, Dan Griffith, Ben Whitby and James Van Der Valde scored as West Lynn beat Hustlers. James Gilbert’s brace helped Fleet edge River Lane – who scored through Josh Bywater. Elm’s Aaron Moore cancelled out Dan Chapman’s strike for Clenchwarton in a 1-1 draw. Adam Key (2), Kai Scott-Henson (2), Andrew Wilson and Kane Richmond helped Tilney shock March. Ash Taylor, Jermaine Watson and an own goal were on the hosts’ scoresheet.
Long Sutton kept pace with Hunstanton after a 5-1 win at Maides Head. Mark Garner (3), Sean Gedney and Paul Newcombe scored. Adrian Flux drew 2-2 with CR Eastern Province. Brandon Wilmore and Kieran MacKender hit braces.