North West Norfolk League round-up: Mixed day in county cup fourth rounds

In the Norfolk Junior Cup fourth round, Gayton United lost at home to Foulsham while Great Massingham enjoyed an extra-time win at South Walsham.

In the Primary Cup fourth round there were defeats for Smithdon and Castle Rising. Gayton United Reserves will need a replay after a fine draw at Caister A. William Burt annihilated Flitcham 11-0 to progress thanks to goals from Daniel Ford (3), Craig Smith (2), man of the match Wayne Mitchell (2), Andy Summers, Tommy Littlewood, Harry Bennett and Danny Littlewood.

Riverside also made it into the last eight with a 3-2 win at Colkirk. Mark Demonty (2) and Steven Firth scored. Discovery Royals made it three NWNL teams in the last eight with a fine 4-1 win at Prostar Windows.

In league action, Division One leaders Lynn North End returned to winning ways thanks to goals from Nicky Bunting and Neil Goodbourn. South Creake won 3-0 at Watlington as Chris Abbey, Nathan Boon and Ricky Groom found the net. Creake's CK Caravan man of the match went to Dave Hughes.

In Division Two, a youthful Denver lost 2-0 at Hunstanton who claimed their first points of the season as a result. Denver's Morris Armitage/PKS Construction man of the match was Ryan Morley. Division Three leaders Lynn Williams won 7-1 at home to Wiggenhall and Redgate Rangers Reserves beat Greyfriars courtesy of strikes from debutant Jon Berry and Andrew Waddison.

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Snettisham beat Tilney 2-0 in a top-of-the-table clash in Division Four. The league leaders won thanks to goals from Lewis Batterbee and Scott Deadman. River Lane Rangers beat Great Massingham Reserves to move up to second and thanked Massingham in respecting the minute's applause before the game in memory of Harry Smith - a great dad and friend of the club who passed away last weekend.

- Goals from Matt Prudence (2), Steve Fisher and Jack Lincoln helped Ang Comb Division Six Redgate Rangers get back to winning ways after three defeats with a 4-0 win at Easton Reserves. Man of the match was Dean Twaite-Smith.

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