King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: County-cup progress for host of goal-crazy teams

It was raining goals on Sunday as almost all of King's Lynn's teams progressed in their Norfolk Cup competitions.

Five Division One sides won their Intermediate Cup second round ties, including Chilvers. They beat Poringland Wanders 4-1 thanks to goals from James Tricks (2), Ben Oliver and Mikey Woodhouse.

Matty Bussens (2), Ben Jimson (2), Dean Jimson, Barry Warden, John Collins, Joe Whyborn and Michael Chow netted as England's Hope hammered The Stores 9-0 in Norwich.

At the same venue in the city, Lynn Napier picked up their first win of the season by thumping Hainford Howitzers 7-3 while Terrington continued their good form by beating Angel Gardens 5-2.

Naps' goals came from Ryan Juby (3), Sam Moses (2), Brad Key and Shaun Gurney. Neil Goodbourn (3), Robbie Palmer and Alec Wilkinson netted for Terrington.


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Lee Clarke (3), Graham Barlow (2) and Danny Littlewood found the net as Pott Row Old Boys beat Winfarthing Fighting Cocks 6-0. However, strikes from John Murphy (2) and Joe Allen weren't enough to prevent White Bell losing 4-3 at Breckland Spirit.

Most Division Two teams enjoyed Junior Cup second round success – especially Maltings, who destroyed Bunwell 18-0, and William Burt, who hammered The Stores Reserves 13-0.

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Jack Johnson (5), James Ringwood (4), Kris Smith (3), Lewis Curson (2), Robert Powley (2), Kyle Plumb and Brad Stewart netted for Maltings. Ryan Smith (5), Andy Summers (3), Adam Bush, Nathan Mitchell, Ben Ridgwell, Connor Parnell and Kyle Williamson notched for Burt.

Harry Cunliffe (2), Joe Malby and an own goal saw FANG win 4-1 at Danepak while Fowler triumphed 6-1 at Spixworth Reserves. Chris Smith's brace couldn't stop Adrian Flux losing 4-2 to Costessey West End while Maids Head lost 5-2 at home to Freemasons.

Third round ties will be held on November 18. Clubs return to action in the league – sponsored by West Norfolk Scaffolding – at the weekend.

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