King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: Brothers keep up their side’s top-three aim
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In a battle of fourth versus third in Division One, England's Hope romped home with a resounding 4-0 win over FANG.
In the process they became one of a select band of teams to restrict FANG from scoring. The result also keeps up Hope's ambitions of finishing third. The victors can thank their Whyborn brothers, Sam and Joe, for a brace of goals each which conjured up this win.
Despite missing key players, CSKA Emneth grabbed an impressive 4-1 win over Gaywood Park Rangers on their 4G pitch. J. Ashworth got GPR on the scoresheet but it nothing more than a consolation as Kai Ruff, Joe Lee, A Drew and M Matless all notched goals to give CSKA a vital win.
Horsepigs and William Burt thrashed out a seven-goal thriller. Burt raced into a four-goal lead early in the second half courtesy of Ben Ridgwell, Sam Hewitt and Chris Edgar (2), but Horsepigs battled back through Dan Spalding, L Mapleson and J Gould, eventually falling just short and losing 4-3.
In the big PE34 derby in Division Two, Clenchwarton Victory prevailed 3-2 against their nearest and dearest, West Lynn. Victory took the lead through Dan Chapman on 15 minutes before Neil Young equalised for West Lynn. Ady Hill and Chapman gave Clenchwarton a 3-1 lead before K Twaite-Smith ensured a nervy finish. Adam Mason was Victory's man of the match.
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Dan Fuller is going all out to win the golden boot as another hat-trick helped his Flitcham Bell side to a 4-1 win over Elm. James Brennock grabbed the Winking Owls' other goal. Elm netted through J Gaunt.
Hunstanton continue to make the website administrators job a nightmare as they racked up 14 goals in their win over Maids Head. Karl Tansley grabbed four with a hat-trick for P Cracknell. Braces were had by L Batterbee and S Berry. Jack Lincoln, Kieran O' Grady and Lloyd Drewery all nabbed singles. O Mitchell got Maids' consolation.
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Tilney Green Lions keep up their good form ahead of their Hardy/Sheen final against higher-level Terrington with a 3-0 win over Adrian Flux, Pinelis grabbing two and J Smith the other.
Long Sutton beat March Saracens 4-1. Tim Lowe scored twice with J Harrison and I Spelman scoring one a piece. Jermaine Watson scored for March.
CR Eastern Province went 5-0 up at half time over River Lane, before Lane fought back and won the second half 4-3, leaving an 8-4 scoreline the final outcome. J Nelson, M Gilbert, H Twyman and M Tuttle scored for River Lane.
In a battle of the bottom two, Fleet walked away with the three points in their 7-3 victory over Hustlers. D Jackson, D Nichols and C Moore scoring for Hustlers.