King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: Goodbourn hits three for champions

Sunday League action in Norfolk.

Sunday League action in Norfolk. - Credit: Nick Butcher

After two games just Burt, Chilvers and England's Hope have a 100pc record in Division One.

Chilvers played a resurgent CSKA Emneth and won 4-1. Max Matless deservedly got CSKA on the score sheet, but a mixture of an own goal and a Neil Goodbourn treble helped the champions home. Hope seems to be the team to beat early on as they thumped Long Sutton 6-1. Paul Newcombe registered for Sutton but Ben Jimson (3), Ash Doncaster, Luke Jackson and Justin Uddin also found the net.

Burt kept pace by thumping Heacham 5-1. Sam Hewitt (2), Nathan Glendenning, Rowan Smith and Ryan Barnes bagged while Karl Tansley opened his account for the season for Heacham.

Clenchwarton and Horsepigs drew 2-2 with Jack Gould and Danny Kew scoring for the Pigs. George Hodgson and Dan Chapman earned their side a point.

In Division Two, March Saracens hammered the Farmers Arms 11-1. Kris Rigg got Arms on the scoresheet but it proved fruitless as hat-tricks from Andrew Abbott, Ash Taylor and Jermaine Watson got March going. Grant Cook and Geoffry Hordan also registered.

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Richard Cunliffe (2), Connor Parnell and Stephen Pearson notched as Flitcham Bell won 4-0 at Wisbech Town Social.

Jason Chilton (2), Kai Scott-Henson and Jordi Scott-Henson scored in Tilney Green Lions' 4-0 win over Tydd St Mary while CR Eastern and Sutton St James was abandoned due to a medical emergency with a CR player.

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Sean Ely (4), Anton Ely (3), G Bowman (3), Luke Biles (2), Wes Auker (2) and Nathan Mitchell got in on a rout as Divisision Three Dersingham SC annihilated Watlington 15-0. Elm and River Lane drew 0-0.

Paul Beckford, Martin Bosanquet, Arron Hodson, Sam Barrett and Tom Armitt scored in Horsepigs Reserves' 5-2 win over Fleet, who replied through Dan Orford and Johnny Clark.

Dean Twaite-Smith (2), Nathan Young and Billy Elliot bagged as West Lynn got their first win by beating Heacham Reserves 4-0.

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