King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: No change at top of Division One going into 2014
It's as you were at the top of King's Lynn Sunday League Division One going into the new year with wins for Terrington, Chilvers and England's Hope.
A Chilvers side, featuring several debutants, required a last minute winner from Lee Clarke to condemn Horsepigs to a heartbreaking 5-4 defeat. Jack Johnson netted three on his Chilvers bow with Neil Goodbourn scoring the other. M Willis, Sam Hanslip, John Murphy and Jon Sykes netted for the Pigs.
Terrington dug deep to see off CSKA Emneth 2-0 thanks to goals from, Dean Twaite-Smith and Kaz Beetlestone while England's Hope brushed aside Vulcatech 6-2 in a game that was closer than the score suggests. A clinical Hope registered through Ricky Gunns (3), Sam and Joe Whyborn and Dean Jimson while Shane Crown and Dan Ford scored for Tech.
Wisbech Wanderers' elusive search for their first points continues after Gaywood Park Rangers demolished them 6-1 on their own patch. Connor Ratcliffe kept us his recent good goalscoring form, but Chris Green (2), Nathan Mitchell, J Lane, A Bliss and goalkeeper Matty Nurse saw GPR home for another win.
There were some big wins in Division Two with some going against the form book. Adrian Flux managed an impressive 4-1 win over Long Sutton, only their third defeat of the season. S Cooper scored for Sutton, but C Smith and Kieran MacKender (3) won it for Flux.
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West Lynn trounced March Saracens, who registered through Dan Smethurst. But it wasn't enough as D Griffith (3), R Gowler (2) and James Van Der Velde found the net for Lynn.
Flitcham Bell won 6-2 against River Lane against the hosts with the same name as their pitch. Lane notched through A Pyper and J Nelson but Bell won it via strikes from Dan Fuller (3), D Taylor, R Cunliffe and L Claydon.
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Hustlers, fresh from their first point of the term, lost 6-0 at home to a resurgent Tilney Green Lions. M Crawford (2), R Precey, Kai Scott-Henson, Andy Wilson and L Stevenson got on the scoresheet. S Rogers (3), S Bass (3) and M Toms found the net as Elm hammered Maids Head 7-0.
Hunstanton made it 11 league wins from 11 by triumphing 3-1 win at CR Eastern Province. L Emmerson netted for Province while usual suspects Lloyd Drewery, Karl Tansley and Jordan Penty scored for the league leaders.
Clenchwarton Victory earned a comprehensive 7-1 win over Fleet, recording seven different scorers in the process.
Chris Scamell, Luke Stannard, Tom Day, Aidy Hill, Josh Winner, Aaron Porter and Billy Pawsey netted for Victory, with J Gilbert getting the Lincolnshire outfit on the scoresheet.