King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: Burt fail in their quest to shock Norfolk Senior Cup holders
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Six of King's Lynn's Division One sides enjoyed a bye into the second round of the Norfolk Senior Cup, leaving just Burt and Chilvers to take on last season's winners and runners-up.
Burt had the near-impossible task of overcoming holders AFC Wanderers. They did manage to trouble the scoresheet twice, through Rowan Smith and Sam Hewitt, but AFC prevailed by notching seven goals of their own. Chilvers took on losing finalists Windmill at River Lane, but with Windmill leading 1-0, the game was abandoned.
In the Intermediate Cup Tilney hosted Briston and won 5-0. The home side could even afford the luxury of five different scorers in the shape of Luke Hurrel, Chris Young, Jordi Scott-Henson, Jason Chilton and Kai Scott-Henson.
Flitcham Bell made the long trip to Dilham Cross Keys. They found themselves 4-0 down at half time and lost 5-1, but restored some pride after the break through Louie Claydon's consolation. CR Eastern made another long trip, this time to Constable Crusaders, and lost 9-2. Shane Grimes and Daniel Kerry netted for CR.
In the Junior Cup the game that saw Horsepigs Reserves, the club run by Josh and Jacob Murphy's father, take on Tasburgh, run by Neil Adams' son, it was the Adams' family that reigned supreme, with a 4-2 victory. Dale Stokes and Sam Barrett scored for 'Pigs.
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Heacham Reserves progressed at the expense of GaGa FC 4-3. George Patience plundered a hat-trick with Andrew Randall notching the other. Watlington succumbed 7-1 to Drayton under-19s, Shane Harrod scoring for Watlington.
In league action, Division One England's Hope kept up their early-season rampage with a 6-3 win over Horsepigs. Jack Gould, Dan Coates and Arron Hodson registed for the 'Pigs. Ben Jimson kept up his good form with another hat-trick and was supported by Ricky Gunns (2) and Joe Whyborn.
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FANG grabbed their first victory of the season with an emphatic 9-0 away win at Long Sutton. Alex Oughton led the way with a treble, with Jamie Buhlemann and Lewis Osborne grabbing doubles. Joseph Malby and Sam Garner added to the total.
In Division Two's derby Sutton St James emerged victorious over their neighbours Tydd St Mary 2-0. Ash Godfrey and Jake Clitheroe netted. In Division Three, Ivo Lipovski (2), Sam Corner, Jack Moy and an own goal helped River Lane beat Fleet 5-0. Elm, who scored through Stewart Bass and Clayton Payne, lost 6-2 at home to West Lynn. Nathan Young (2), Dan Griffith, Alec Wilkinson, Tim Conner and James Van der Velde scored for the visitors.