King’s Lynn Sunday League round-up: Two clubs go goal crazy as they win titles


Football. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Chilvers won their maiden King's Lynn Sunday League Division One title thanks to an emphatic 12-0 win over Gaywood Park Rangers.

Neil Goodbourn led the way with four goals and there were hat-tricks for Liam Bowley and Danny Jezeph. Aaron Nicol and Kevin Leggett grabbed singles.

CSKA Emneth closed in on fifth in their debut season with an fine 4-0 win at Terrington. They found the net through Alex Street, Dave Abbott, J Hemmings and A Drew. CSKA need to beat England's Hope in their last game to snatch fifth from William Burt.

FANG's indifferent end to the season continued as they slumped to a 6-1 defeat, away to Horsepigs. Tom Cunliffe grabbed a consolation for the men in pink, but Pigs reigned supreme, thanks to goals from Matt Willis (2), A Hodson (2), J Grey and Dan Coates. Hope managed to scrape past a resurgent Lynn Napier 3-2. Kristian Rigg and Pete Sinclair scored for The Nap, but Hope got the points thanks to Luke Jackson, Sam Whyborn and T Peel.

Hunstanton wrapped up the Division Two title with an incredible 18-0 win over eight-man Adrian Flux. Karl Tansley (8), Josh Everett (3), L Batterbee, P Cracknell, T Raisbury, J Groom, B Witley and G Mortimer netted. An own goal completed the scoring.

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Adam Mason and Dan Chapman scored for Clenchwarton in their 2-2 draw with March Saracens. Jermaine Watson and Ash Taylor helped their team get a point. J Harrison's brace saw Long Sutton win 2-0 at Elm.

Elsewhere, J Burns (3) and Luke Hurrell (2) found the net as Tilney won 5-1 at Fleet while Maids' C Seely and River Lane's M Gilbert bagged in a 1-1 draw.

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