King’s Lynn Town lead the advance in Norfolk Senior Cup

PUBLISHED: 22:07 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:03 22 November 2017

King's Lynn Town eased past Attleborough Town. Picture: Archant

King's Lynn Town eased past Attleborough Town. Picture: Archant

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Holders King’s Lynn Town led the charge into the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup after a 5-1 win over Attleborough Town.

Joining them in the last eight will be Dereham and Norwich United

The Southern League Linnets led 3-0 at the break with goals from Tom Siddons (2) and Dylan Edge – although Siddons and Eion McQuaid had penalties saved by Josh Guiness and Anglian Combination Boro were reduced to 10 men when Kieran Brown was sent off. Jack Flynn pulled one back, but Lynn wrapped it up through sub Harry Baldry and Siddons.

Dereham beat Diss 5-2. Ryan Crisp (2), Tony Hilliard, Robbie Linford and Floris Burgers scored for the Magpies, with Tom Ramsey and Virgilio Leitao on target for Diss. Dereham had Jay Eastoe-Smith sent off.

Norwich United came from behind to win 7-1 at Anglian Combination Sheringham, who had Ben Boyce sent off on 59 minutes.

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