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Three Lowestoft League teams progress in Primary Cup

PUBLISHED: 08:59 17 November 2017

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Pride of place goes in the Lowestoft and District Saturday League sponsored by Lauren Lou Cancer Fundraising UK goes to the Division Three trio Ellingham, Celt Rangers and AC Mill Lane.

They were all in the Norfolk Primary Cup and all went through to the next round.

Ellingham beat Attlebourgh Town A 2-1 away from home with T Einecker getting both goals. Celt Rangers beat Wensum Albion 10-0 and AC Mill Lane beat South Walsham Reserves 6-2 with goals from Ellis (2), Papworth, Murphy, Hill and a penalty from Howard.

Division One leaders Mutford and Wrentham won against Southwold by 3-2 with goals from Conroy, Gissing and Boyd. Two points behind are Oulton Broad who won 3-1 against Spexhall.

Norton scraped home to a 3-2 win home to bottom club Hearts of Oak while First and Last came back to earth, losing 4-0 home to Stanford.

In Division Two Beccles Caxton Reserves beat Crusaders 5-1 to lead the division, their goals coming from Coston, Blake Martin and Clarke.

Waveney A are in second place beating Norton Reserves 1-0. Kirkley & Pakefield B won 3-1 at home to Hopton with goals from Fitzgerald (2) and Graham and are now in third place.

In Division Three Gentlemens Club won 6-2 against Stanford Reserves with C Smith getting a hat-trick. Art Eternal beat Hempnall away 4-1 and Mutford Reserves beat Loddon Reserves away 3-1. There were last 16 ties in both the Norfolk and Suffolk Sunday Senior Cups at the weekend, with some tough weather to play in.

There was a repeat of last season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final when Windmill took on CSKA Emneth.

Two goals from Jordan Stanton and one each from Chad Pillar and Connor Deeks saw the Great Yarmouth Sunday League side win 4-1 to progress to the last eight 4-1. In the next round they will take on Schoolhouse at home.

Wheelwrights also made it to the last eight by beating Mischief 6-1, with Connor Ingram getting a hat-trick.

In the Suffolk Senior Cup Waveney progressed to the next round by winning 9-0 at home to Martlesham Old Boys.

Gavin Manning notched four goals while Sam Clay chipped in with a brace. The Flying Dutchman bowed out 1-0 away to Rayden Wanderers.


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