Regate Rangers line-up in their new kit provided by The Lodge, Hunstanton.

FOOTBALL: Three out of five West Norfolk teams made it through to the fourth round of the Norfolk County FA Junior Cup.

Gayton United were awarded a walkover against higher level Costessey Sports but West Lynn had to work hard to secure a 2-1 win at North East Norfolk League side Holt United Reserves. John Connolly and Max Goodrum were the heroes with a goal in each half.

Ingoldisthorpe pulled off the shock of the round, beating Anglian Combination Division Two side Wells Town 4-2.

But there was no joy for Redgate Rangers, beaten 3-2 at home by Gorleston Reserves despite a brace from Ryan Juby, and Watlington, 1-0 losers at home to Great Yarmouth Town Hall.

Dersingham Rovers slipped up at home to Harleston Town in the Premier Division of the Anglian
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The visitors picked up their first points of the season with a 2-1 win. Ash Smith and Alex Clunan went close to putting Rovers ahead but they fell behind.

Loui Gaughran equalised but a late winner secured the points for Town.

After a slow start, Dersingham Reserves dominated their Division Four match at Thorpe Village, rattling up a 12-1 win.

Ady Day 4, Andrew Wood 2, Freddie Minns 2, Brad Key 2, George Rawlings and Travis Mortimer grabbed the goals.