FOOTBALL: Shouldham are in their first-ever cup final thanks to a 2-0 win at March Saracens, despite playing with only 10 men.
Henry Davidson and Tom Nickerson were on target to earn a place in the Hardy Sheen Cup final against CSKA at Wisbech Town on Sunday, May 7.
In Division One of the Double G Clothing King’s Lynn Sunday League it was a busy day for CSKA and Clenchwarton, who met in a double-header match.
Both the 60-minute games went in favour of CSKA, but only after breaking down a resolute visiting defence, who held out for 40 minutes in both games.
The first game finished 5-0 with Max Mattless 2, Dave Abbott, Aaron McKenna and Jess Hemmings scoring.
It was more of the same in the second match with a 6-0 verdict coming courtesy of Mattless 2, Abbott, McKenna 2 and Joe Reed.
If CSKA avoid defeat in their final league game at Elm on May 14, they will be crowned champions for the first time.
Nine goals were shared as Maltings hosted Macmillan with the visitors edging things by the odd goal.
Kieran Nurse 2, Harry Collison and Kris Smith got Maltings going but they were left snookered by goals from Chris Eley 2, Wayne Morton, Mark Holland and Adam Key.
In Division Two on Wednesday, Tydd St Mary doubled their wins tally for the season with a 2-1 victory over March Saracens.
Wisbech Town’s ground will the focus of league activity for the next two Sundays.
This week sees England’s Hope take on Macmillan in the Cherrington Cup final, 10.30am, with CSKA Reserves and Sutton St James taking to the pitch at 1pm in the Queen Elizabeth Cup final.
May 7 sees a return for England’s Hope, this time to take on Elm in the League Cup final, 10.30am.
At 1pm it will be the turn of Shouldham and CSKA in the Hardy Sheen Cup final.
Admission is £3 for adults and £1 for u16s, which covers both games on each day.