FOOTBALL: A newly created team at King’s Lynn Soccer School (KLSC) is giving more children the opportunity to play the beautiful game.
Emma Parsons and Daniel Collison qualified as coaches last month and are now looking after the club’s u8 blacks team.
The team have got sponsorship from Connect Cars and are looking forward to a great working partnership with the company that offers airport journeys, short journeys and contracts.
Club chairman Les Tite said they were grateful for the support and added: “It is a great opportunity for the club and sponsor Connect Cars in keeping local football moving forward.”
AFC Lynn Napier moved top of Division One of the Mid Norfolk Youth League u15 Division with a 6-0 win at Dersingham Rovers.
Previous leaders Reffley were in cup action and Napier took full advantage with goals coming from Kajus Simaitis 3, Alfie Muffett, Liam Simper and Callum Lockwood.
Reffley, meanwhile, moved on in the League Cup with a 7-1 victory over Necton. Liam Burt, Joshua Scotney, Joshua Gray and Ryan Haines were among the scorers.
Bradley Carter’s hat-trick helped Walpole go top of Division Two. Sonny Wright, Josh Putterill and Callum Pope also scored in a 6-0 win at Docking Rangers.
Harrison Brant and David MacQueen both nabbed trebles in Downham Town u14s’ 8-0 win against Dersingham in the u14 division. Luke Hurcombe added a pair as Town made it three wins out of three so far.
Leaders Reffley Reds were in cup action and put on their shooting boots to beat club rivals Reffley Youth 16-0. George Tipple led the way with a four-goal haul, just ahead of Liam Armstrong, with a hat-trick. Other scorers included Tyler Reeve, Jed Sansom, Harvey Liddiard, Braidyn Hails, Jay Smith and Nathan Hammond.