FOOTBALL: In a King’s Lynn Double G Clothing Lynn Sunday League first, Shouldham hosted CSKA Reserves in a double header.

Both the home and away fixture were played at the same ground, on the same day with each game made up of two 30-minute halves.

CSKA Reserves made the most of the opportunity by recording two wins.

The first game ended 2-0 to CSKA with Jake Miller notching both.

The second ended 3-1 to CSKA with goals from Connor Ratcliffe, Nathan Watson and Brad Kennedy. Louis Garrett got Shouldham’s consolation.

With Chilvers folding in the summer, this season will see a new name on the Cherrington Cup for the first time in five years. Clenchwarton and Heacham faced off at Hall Road in their delayed first round fixture and it was Clenchwarton who fought through to a quarter-final tie with CR Eastern.

Clenchwarton were 2-1 down but fought back to a 4-2 win. Adam Mason led the charge with a brace, followed by super strikes from Billy Russell and Tyler Doades.

Tom Cunliffe and Chris Smith gave Heacham the early advantage.

England’s Hope made it through to a semi-final date with old foes CSKA, but only just. They were made to fight to the end by Old White Bell and it was Hope who prevailed 3-2.

Paul Richardson smashed in a treble for Hope with a pair of Murphys, father and son John and Dan, on the scoresheet for Bell.

In the Queen Elizabeth Cup, runaway league leaders CSKA Young Boys hosted a Sutton St James side who had found some serious form of late.

Both sides fought tooth and nail and couldn’t be separated after 90 minutes with Jason Bradshaw giving Sutton the lead and Callum Elsey equalising.

The tie went to penalties and Sutton claimed the semi-final spot with a 5-4 win.

William Burt made their semi-final spot secure with a 3-1 win over Tydd St Mary. Goals from Connor Jackson 2 and Bobby Elvin saw them through.

March Saracens romped home 5-0 against Fleet UC.

In the League Cup, CSKA Emneth rattled up an impressive 14-1 success against Three Holes Tigers.

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