Mutford & Wrentham maintain fine start in Lowestoft League
PUBLISHED: 11:34 06 October 2017
Mutford and Wrentham lead the way in Division One of the Lowestoft and District Saturday League sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising UK.
They beat Hearts of Oak 6-1 away, with Oxford Arms one point behind after beating Spexhall away 4-2.
Southwold are fourth after they beat Barsham 9-1 on The Common with A Varley getting a hat-trick. Stanford FC provided the surprise of the day by beating Norton away 5-0.
Division Two leaders Beccles Caxton Reserves lost 1-0 at Waveney but held onto their place top of the division by two points after second place Norton Reserves and Bungay A drew 3-3.
Waveney move up to third place while Ellingham got their first points of the season by beating Spexhall Reserves 4-0. Hopton beat Carlton Colville away 2-0.
Division Three leaders Celt Rangers beat Stanford Reserves 15-0 away with Chad Pillar scoring five goals while East Coast beat Hawthorn Utd 12-0 with Sharpe (3), David Coper and Cross (2 each). Elvin Warner-Wright and C Hart among the goals.
Art Eternal beat Carlton Colville Reserves 3-2 and sit mid-table in the division.
In the Suffolk Primary Cup Crusaders beat Redwood 3-0.
In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League there were goals galore as Real Ale Madrid claimed their first points of the season.
They overcame Hemsby Reserves 7-6 with both Luke Carter and Chris Gilchrist getting hat-tricks.
Wheelwrights stayed top and maintained their 100pc start by winning 7-2 at home to Bohemians. Richard Gillings bagged a hat-trick while others on the scoresheet were Sam Wooldridge, Josh Dunthorpe, Joel Wilson and Jimmy Blake with and a 25 yard strike. El Sol stay second after a hard fought 2-1 win against AC Mill Lane 2-1.
True Traders are third after coming from behind to win 5-1 against Memphis Belton. Luke Watson netted a brace while Henry Barnden, Danny Burgess and Micheal Hill were the other scorers. The Flying Dutchman beat Waveney 2-1 in the battle of the Lowestoft teams while Ben Craske was on the scoresheet for Hemsby as the went down 2-1 to The Fusileers.
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