December 11 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Defending King’s Lynn Sunday League Division One champions Terrington lost their first league game since the 2011/12 season to title rivals Chilvers.
Liam Bowley, Ashley Keegan and Ben Oliver notched for Chilvers, who now top the table, while the normally dependable Neil Goodbourn missed a penalty for last term’s ‘Invincibles’.
Horsepigs – who have already matched their tally of two league wins in 2012/13 – continued to show their improvement with a 3-1 win at Gaywood Park Rangers. Joe Allen, Jack Gould and an own goal sealed the ‘Pigs win. Vulcatech got back to winning ways with a 2-1 triumph at CSKA Emneth. Ashton Hodgson scoring for CKSA, but goals from Harry Bennett and Tommy Littlewood saw Vulcatech home.
FANG drew 2-2 with a Lynn Napier side, who got their first point of the season. Corey Brady and Sam Garner scored for FANG. Brad Key and W Britton netted for the ‘Nap.
England’s Hope smashed Fenland rivals Wisbech Wanderers 8-1. Paul Richardson (3), Michael Chow (3), Dean Jimson and Sam Whyborn bagged for the victors. Richard Bunt scored Wanderers’ consolation. Elsewhere, Liam Somerton, Zac Fountain and Rob Powley’s strikes helped Maltings beat William Burt 3-1. Matty Gollands replied for the defeated team.
In Division Two, March Saracens lead the way at the top thanks to their impressive goal difference of plus 34. Jermaine Watson (2), Ash Taylor (2), Dayne Moore, Dan Smethurst, James Hazel and James Smith scored for the league leaders in an 8-2 home romp over Elm. A Rouse and Clayton Payne notched for Elm.
Hunstanton, who smashed Adrian Flux 7-0, and Long Sutton, who saw off Tilney Green Lions 5-0, also kept up their 100pc records with big wins. Jordan Penty (3), Jack Lincoln (2), Jimmy Rudd and Josh Everett found the net for the seasiders. Sam Cooper (2), Sean Copeland, Mark Garner and Paul Newcombe bagged for third-placed Sutton.
Flitcham Bell came from behind to beat River Lane 2-1. Dave Manser gave Lane the lead but goals from Aaron Herbert and Adam Daniels saw Bell home against a side, like Fleet and Hustlers, who are yet to pick up a point.
West Lynn visited Hustlers and came away with three points thanks to an emphatic 5-2 win. Ashley Sheen scored twice for Hustlers, but goals from J Van De Velde, T Connor, N Young, Danny Vertigan and D Griffith ensured West Lynn brought three points back across the River Ouse.
Fleet scored four at home against Maid’s Head, through Waterfall (2), Thurlow and Clarke, but thanks to Mark Vice (2), Steven Hunt, Travis Lee and Liam Starr, Maid’s walked away with a 5-4 away win.
CR Eastern Province lost 3-2 at home to Clenchwarton Victory.