December 12 2013 Latest news:
Friday, September 20, 2013
New-boys Gaywood Park Rangers continued their early-season form in King’s Lynn Sunday League Division One with a 3-1 win at Horsepigs.
Adam Ambrose notched for the Pigs, but goals from Chris Green (2) and Paul Phillips saw GPR climb to 4th. FANG, whose goals came from Alex Vincent (4), Lewis Osborn (4), Tom Cunliffe (3) and Jamie Buhlemann (2), trounced Wisbech Wanderers 13-4. Kane Melton, Richard Hunt, Ricky Melton and Conrad Matthews scored for the hosts.
CSKA Emneth scored their first goals of the term, through Max Mattless and Scott Whylie. But it wasn’t enough to stop England’s Hope running away 7-2 winners. Ricky Gunns (2), Michael Chow (2), Sam Whyborn, Ben Jimson and Ryan Peacock saw Hope home.
Terrington were made to graft for the tightest of 1-0 wins against plucky William Burt. Neil Goodbourn was the match winner. Chilvers had another good day in front of goal with Liam Bowley (4), Jay Branham (2) and Tom Oliver scoring in a 7-2 triumph over Lynn Napier.
Maltings, on their 3G home pitch, smashed Vulcatech 8-2. Kenzie Corbett and Ashley Stratford bagged for Vulcatech while Kris Smith (3), Jake Wiseman (2), Tom McLeish , Lewis Curson and James Tricks netted for the victors.
It’s years since the league have had a 0-0 draw, and now, courtesy of Flitcham Bell and Adrian Flux, we have had our second such result in as many weeks.
Division Two new-boys Flitcham have made a decent start, as have Flux, and this was always going to be a close game. But Flitcham created chance after chance yet couldn’t get through a resolute Flux backline and superb ‘keeper, Bradley Gollaglee, who even made a last minute penalty save to preserve the clean sheet and claim a point.
Tilney Green Lions claimed their first ever win over Hustlers, 10-1. Ashley Sheen scored for Hustlers, with goals for Tilney coming from V Tekorious, Darius Suchocki, A Key, E Pinelif, D Bond, Tom Boxall and Damian Suchocki.
Hunstanton continue to keep pace at the top with their third win in three by beating Maid’s Head 5-1. Travis Lee scored for Maid’s. Jimmy Rudd (2), Jordan Penty, Lloyd Drewery and Tom Rainsbury bagged for Town.
March Saracens are leading the way as they also won their third in three and now have a goal difference of plus 28. They beat Fleet 6-3. James Hazel (2), James Smith, Paul Rowell, Dayne Moore and Josh Botamy scored.