Clenchwarton Football Club men’s Saturday team in their North West Norfolk League Division Two maiden season are managed by former Clenchwarton youth and Sunday men’s player Daniel Chapman and coach Steve Thurston. The playing kit is sponsored by Tim Curtis of Curtis Home Improvements Ltd. Tim himself had many years at the club and was more than happy to support the team. “All of us are very thankful for Curtis Home Improvements’ generosity and it’s great to see local businesses supporting their local team and community,” said Chapman. Clenchwarton FC chairman Karl Tordoff also extended his thanks to Tim and all at Curtis Home Improvements for their support this season. Back, from left: Harry Scott, Paul Stone, Connor Jackson, Devon Furness, Martin Cherry, Connor Pullen, Josh Thurston, Sam Burton, Steve Thurston (coach). Front: Loui Clayden, Ryan Walpole, Keenan Elfleet, Loui Hegarty, Tim Curtis (sponsor), Daniel Chapman (manager), Blayne Norman, Jordan Davies, Ben Whitby.

FOOTBALL: Second place CSKA Reserves in the Walker Construction King’s Lynn Sunday League Division 1 travelled to lowly placed West Lynn Athletic. 

Despite being ahead 0-3 at half-time and coasting, the Reserves found themselves on the receiving end of a West Lynn fightback who were unlucky not to earn at least a point from this game which finished 3-4.

CSKA continued their good run of form with goals from Nathan Watson and a hat-trick from William Ketteringham. 

Athletic scored through a brace from Adam Leadley and a goal from Sam Scott.

Ingoldisthorpe entertained Southery ASA and by half-time were 0-2 down through a brace from Harry Morton. A fightback from the home team started early in the second half with goals from Daniel Kerry, Ben English and a winner from Dan Fuller to complete a fine second half performance for their third 3-2 win from six games.

Chilvers moved into the top five with another fine performance, the team improving with every game. 

Four goals from Dylan Edge and another from Royce Rawlings were enough to convincingly beat West Winch William Burt 5-1. Burt played some good quality football and scored through Callum McDermid.

Current champions England’s Hope, faced third-place Woodman’s Cottage and despite some strong resistance England’s Hope secured the points to move up the table. 

Two goals from Dale Parnell were enough despite a goal from AJ Jolly in response from the Cottage. Final score was 2-1.