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Away hat-tricks from both Keiron Hamilton and Joe Reed

By Fenland Citizen Reporter

King’s Lynn Sunday League sponsored by Walker Construction Division One

Woodman’s Cottage 0 CSKA First 7

CSKA faced Woodman’s Cottage for the second week in a row after having been beaten by them seven days before, when Woodman’s inflicted CSKA’s first home defeat of the season, writes Will Jones.

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The Woodman’s bid for the division title was short-lived as CSKA took their revenge in a 0-7 thumping. Hat-tricks from both Keiron Hamilton and Joe Reed and a goal from Tom Brasil gave the points to the visitors.

CSKA Emneth 1

Woodman’s Cottage 4

Cottage had moved to the top of the table on goal difference and with a game in hand with the three points.

Despite CSKA being unbeaten at home all season, it was Woodman’s Cottage who played like potential champions.

Two goals from Kensey Carter set The Woodman’s on their way with additional goals from Ajay Jolly and Ben Pearce.

CSKA Emneth replied through Alex Forth.

Division Two

March Sunday 1 Ingoldisthorpe 6

A converted penalty for Ingoldisthorpe was the difference between the two teams in the first half.

Several chances for both sides were squandered in the muddy conditions. Ingoldisthorpe increased their lead early in the second half with the goal of the game, before March pulled one back through James Harness. Ingoldisthorpe started to dominate and piled on the goals.

Week 27, February 17 fixtures – Division 1: CSKA Res v Eng’s Hope. Division 2: Shouldham v Southery ASA, West Winch WB v March Sunday.

West Lynn Athletic 0

Shouldham 2

In the only Division Two game to beat the weather last week, West Lynn Athletic entertained title contenders Shouldham.

In a very entertaining contest, it was Shouldham who took the three points with a brace from Martyn Williams, scoring once in each half.

This was an end-to-end encounter and, although West Lynn Athletic failed to score, they were unlucky on a number of occasions.

Shouldham stretched their lead at the top of the table to six points with this win.


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