KING’S LYNN & DISTRICT SUNDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE
SPONSORED BY DOUBLE G CLOTHING
SUNDAY, MARCH 19
CHERRINGTON CUP SEMI-FINAL
By Rob Bunting
MacMillan sit seventh and CR Eastern third in a division of eight.
You can safely take the form book and rip it up as the Green Army from Gorefield caused a major upset by brushing past CR Eastern 4-0 to booked an appearance at Wisbech Town FC in the final against England’s Hope.
MacMillan notched two in each half. Adam Key, Chris Eley 2 and Ricky Papworth were the goalscorers.
England’s Hope took advantage of CSKA’s week off and moved back to the top with a close and hard-fought 2-1 win over Old White Bell.
Simon Harvey scored for Bell but Hope netted through Ben Jimson and Chris Gunkel.
CSKA Youngboys wrapped up their sweet 16 perfect season with win number 16 from 16. Tydd St Mary were the final victims in a 10-0 scoreline.
Harry Griffin led the way with a hat-trick; there were doubles for Kieran Hamilton and Joe Reed; while singles from Tom Brazil, Marley Woods and Jesse Bate wrapped things up in an impressive title success.
Shouldham stay second after a 5-2 win over Sutton St James in their penultimate game of the season.
Sutton found themselves 2-0 up through Justin Bone and Michael Ocock but Shouldham hit back through Henry Davidson 2, Louis Garret, Jon Cockerill and Will Goldburn.
CSKA Reserves occupy the playoff spot in third after a routine 3-0 win over Fleet (Connor Ratcliffe, Phil Franklin and Nathan Watson).
Three Holes and March Saracens shared six goals. Three Holes goals: J Brand 2 and A Goodale; March: Chris Fury, James Hazel and James Schulmann.