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Lowestoft League leaders Mutford show no mercy to bottom team

PUBLISHED: 08:25 24 November 2017

Goalmouth action from the Lowestoft & District League Division One match between Kirkley & Pakefield A and Oulton Broad. Picture: Bryan Grint

Goalmouth action from the Lowestoft & District League Division One match between Kirkley & Pakefield A and Oulton Broad. Picture: Bryan Grint

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In the Lowestoft & District League sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising UK leaders Mutford & Wrentham beat bottom club Hearts of Oak 9-1.

There was a hat-trick from C Bedingfield while Conroy got a couple of goals.

Oulton Broad are second after beating Kirkley & Pakefield A away at Walmer Road.

Oxford Arms beat First and Last 6-1 at home with Batchelor (3), Thompson (2) and Lish getting one and Spexhall and Southwold shared the points with a 4-4 draw while Stanford v Barsham was called off.

Division Two leaders Beccles Caxton Reserves beat Norton Athletic Reserves away 2-0 while Waveney A beat Bungay A 3-0 with goals from Daines, Castleton and Caplin.

Third-placed Kirkley & Pakefield B lost 3-0 away at Ellingham and Carlton Colville Town had a good win at home to Spexhall Reserves, coming out on top 5-0.

Division Three leaders Celt Rangers beat East Coast 10-0 in a rather ill-tempered match. Second-placed Mariners were winners beating Gentleman’s Club 5-0 at home while Mutford & Wrentham Reserves beat bottom club Hawthorn United 8-3 away.

AFC Oulton lost 5-3 away to AC Mill Lane and Loddon Reserves won 3-2 at home to Carlton Colville Reserves. Sadly another match was abandoned due to another suspected broken leg for Redwood United and everyone connected with the league wishes the player a speedy recovery.

In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League it was back to league action for the local clubs last weekend after the cup action of the previous weekend.

Fusileers ran out 8-2 winners against Real Ale Madrid. There was a hat-trick for Roberto Ramos and a brace for Julio Pinto.

Fusileers’ goalkeeper Tiago Pires made an unbelievable penalty save while the goals for Real Ale Madrid came from Steve Chimamba and Shane Gay.

Top scorers this week were Wheelwrights who hit 17 away to Hemsby Reserves. Mitch Forbes bagged seven while Connor Alford scored four and Sam Ellis three. True Traders won 7-3 at home to El Sol 7-3.

The Flying Dutchman won 8-1 against Hemsby with Ashley Varley scoring five.

Windmill won 7-0 against Bohemians and AC Mill Lane won 4-1 away to Waveney with Conner Doddington getting a brace.

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