FOOTBALL: A stubborn St Andrews side brought Dersingham Rovers’
four-match winning run in the Anglian
Combination to an end. They were 2-1 victors after punishing two slip-ups.
The second half was all Rovers and in-form Nathan Howard got a goal back.
MKM man on the match was Jordan Pentney.
*The Norfolk Junior Cup started with a goal glut for West Norfolk teams.
Birchwood led the first round scoring with a 13-0 romp at Horning. Rowen Smith rattled in five of them with Andrew Wood adding four, Bradley Wilson two and one each for Daniel Eyre and Arran Reeve.
Castle Acre Swifts missed a host of first half chances but Ben Carlton and Jason Fell gave them a 2-0 lead against Mariners before Josh Carlton, Craig Burton, Daniel King 2 and Luke Askew found their range to complete a 7-0 win.
Redgate Rangers netted six times at Gimingham (Mark Sainty 2, Scott Berry, Danny Jezeph, James Miller, Matty Prudence) while Peter Richardson grabbed four of Lynn Napier’s goals in a 5-1 win over Runton United. Dean Mayes hit the other.
Aaron Herbert put Dersingham Reserves ahead at half-time against Mundford but they slipped to a 2-1 defeat, while George Patience’s strike was mere consolation for Heacham in a 6-1 home defeat to Tacolneston and Ingoldisthorpe went out to the only goal of the game at home to Loddon Reserves.
Isaac Bloodworth 2 and Martin Gibbs gave Gayton United a 3-0 win over Diss Town Reserves and Alex Clunan, Louis Gaughran and Jack Webber scored for AMA Lynn in a 3-1 win at Necton.
First-half goals from Jordan Markwell and Ashley Payne were just enough to see Downham Reserves through 2-1 at the expense of Plumstead Rangers.
Stoke Ferry beat Bohemians 3-1 with Andrew Carter 2 and Mark Smith on target but Discovery Royals went down 3-2 at Thetford Town Reserves.
* Outwell Swifts made it five wins out of five as their Cambs
League Senior B season continued to bloom.
Jack Davis and Jack Rawson were their scorers in a 2-0 win at Swavesey Institute.
In Division 4B, Outwell Reserves lost 4-3 at Chatteris Fen Tigers but Upwell Town ran riot in a 9-3 victory over Chatteris Town A.
Luke Gale put them ahead from the penalty spot after two minutes before five goals in 13 minutes from Phil Jackson 2, Jack Watson 2 and Aaron Marshall settled things.
Chatteris pulled one back before the break but in the second half Tommy Fage netted twice on his debut in adult football with Marcin Gircza scoring his first for the club.