FOOTBALL: Substitute Kris Smith grabbed two goals as reigning North West Norfolk League champions AFC Lynn stretched their lead at the top of this season’s early table.
Zac Fountain, Neil Goodbourn, Bradley Key and Andrew Wood also found the net in a 6-1 win at Bishops Lynn to make it three wins out of three.
Kane Ashwood and Bradley Wilson were on target as Birchwood also won their third straight match with a 2-1 victory at Ingoldisthorpe.
Snettisham came out 5-0 winners against Thornham after a tight first-half midfield battle eventually went in their favour.
Anton Ely scored twice to cap an excellent game and was man of the match. The other goals came from Stuart Deadman, Mark Lloyd and Kenny Rushton.
Heacham Reserves made a belated start to their season with a 3-1 defeat at home to Terrington. Matty Prudence scored twice and Dan Griffith once as the visitors chalked up their first win of the campaign.
Billy Eastwood and Liam Sibbons led the goal avalanche at AFC Lynn Reserves with four goals each as Division Two leaders Hunstanton romped in 9-2. Perry Cracknell got the other with Alan Cook’s brace a mere consolation.
Docking Rangers are second with a perfect record after three games, thanks to a 5-1 win against The Woottons. Carl Meek scored twice with the other goals coming from Dominic Howell, Ricky Ramshaw and Michael Rodwell.
Newcomers FC International also grabbed a nap-hand, seeing off Pentney 5-2.
Toby Freear got two of AFC Walpole’s goals in their 4-1 win against Watlington SSC with Jake Gent and Peter Ryan doubling their tally.
South Creake are up and running after ending their points drought with a 4-1 victory over Gayton United A. Cameron Allen, Darren Benjafield, Craig Bulley and Ryan Hugo got the goals.
Terrington Reserves are the new leaders in Division Three thanks to a 6-0 thrashing of pointless Hunstanton Town.
Alec Wilkinson led the way with a brace to go with goals from Sean Copeland, Charlie Edgley, Connor Jackson and Thomas Stone.
Ingoldisthorpe Reserves are up to second after a 7-1 win at Hungate Rovers, who got a consolation through Philip Large.
Reffley had Owen Bell, Matthew Child and Ryan Cornforth to thank for a 3-0 win at The Woottons Reserves, while honours finished even at West Winch, who were held 1-1 by Heacham SC. Mark Whatley got the home goal with Jamie White replying.
Castle Acre Swifts Reserves lost 4-1 at home to new Barnes Print Central & South Norfolk League Division Two leaders Briston, while Narborough Reserves lost 4-1 to Division 3W leaders Gressenhall.